After the successful run of his drama “Defendant,” Ji Sung is reportedly considering a role in a film opposite actor Cho Seung Woo in a historical film. The report has been confirmed by the management of both actors. According to a report by Soompi , Namoo Actors and Good Man Story Entertainment, who handle Ji Sung and Cho Seung Woo’s careers, respectively, stated that they received offers for their clients to star in the film. The film is entitled “Great Site” that will revolve around the fate of the person who will become king. Based on the early information released about the film, Ji Sung was offered the role of a prince. Cho Seung Woo will be cast as a feng shui master if he agrees to accept the role. The two characters will play the key roles in the battle for a famous gravesite that will determine who is worthy to become the future king. Ji Sung recently concluded his successful SBS legal drama “Defendant” which posted a ratings high of over 28 percent in its peak, reported Kpopstarz . He played the role of a prosecutor who was framed with the murder of his wife but could not
After the release of her debut movie “One Step” earned positive reviews from critics and viewers alike, former 2NE1 member Sandara Park has begun filming for the movie adaptation of “Cheese in the Trap.” The K-pop idol turned film actress was spotted on set looking the part of a college student as she mingled with her co-stars while on break. According to a loose translation of Sandara’s Line diary entry made by Parkers , Sandara said she was still the learning a lot of things about acting, but the biggest challenge for her is channeling a different character and separating that with her true personality. She said she got a lot of pointers from her director and her co-workers which helped her portray her new character. In order to do a good job, Sandara said she listened a lot to the inputs of her fellow actors as well as re-read the script over and over. She said that in the middle of one scene, she received a compliment that she really did well. She said she is excited for the “Cheese in the Trap” movie to come out because there is an exciting scene that she still could not share
After seven years, fans of Won Bin may finally see him back on the big screen. The “Autumn in My Heart” actor is reportedly in talks to star in the film “Still Life”. According to All Kpop , “Still Life” will be the Korean adaptation of a British film by the same name directed by Uberto Pasolini. According to a report by Drama Beans , the film that won Pasolini the Best Director Award at the Venice Film Festival in 2013 revolves around a civil servant who takes care of the last funeral rites of people who die alone. The drama reportedly received mixed reviews from viewers and critics but the quirky but touching story highlighted the acting prowess of lead actor Eddie Marsan. Based on Won Bin’s agency Eden 9’s official statement, Won Bin was approached to star in “Still Life” but the actor is still in the process of reviewing the offer. It has also not been confirmed for which production he will be making his comeback in. Production for the film is still also busy with preparing to adopt the movie for Korean audience so it may be a while before any final announcements can be made.
It seems that Sandara Park may be taking her “One Step” director Juhn Jai Hong’s advice to heart and give acting a shot since the former 2NE1 member has reportedly lined up her next acting project. Sandara Park has been confirmed in the final cast of the “Cheese in the Trap” movie adaptation. According to a report by Soompi , Mountain Movement Story, the producers of the movie adaptation, confirmed that Sandara Park will be playing the role of Jang Bo Ra and while actor Kim Hyun Jin will be taking on the part of Kwon Eun Taek. “We were very surprised by how well Sandara Park was able to pull of the blunt, refreshingly straightforward character of Jang Bora and decided she was very well-qualified for the role,” representatives from the production said. Sandara’s character Jang Bora is the best friend of lead character Hong Seol. Kim Hyun Jin’s Kwon Eun Taek will be her love interest in the movie After the disbandment of 2NE1 last year, its members Minzy, CL and even Park Bom have already started to prepare for their solo albums. Sandara seems to be taking on a different path as she has been busy with
If you think you’ll be missing Kim Yoo-Jung once Moonlight Drawn by Clouds ends this week, don’t you fret because you will be able to see her once again and this time on the big screen as her upcoming comedy film Because I Love You hits the silver screen this coming November. While waiting for the film, you can now bask in the comedic glory of the recently released trailer for the film. Starring Cha Tae Hyun ( My Sassy Girl, The Producers & Slow Video) and the ever adorable Kim Yoo-Jung, the film tells the story of a genius composer (Cha Tae Hyun) who after an unfortunate incident loses his memories and becomes a messenger of love tasked with helping those who can’t seem to get through their love woes. He is gifted with the ability to transfer his soul to the bodies of other people so that he can help them solve their problems in love. Kim Yoo-Jung plays a high school girl who believes and helps him in his endeavors. According to Soompi , the trailer, which was released by NEW on October 13, opens with Kim Yoo-Jung’s character seriously asking whether or not Cha
Despite its modest budget of $3.2 million, ‘Miracle in Cell No. 7’ was able to make a history for being the 8 th Korean film to surpass 10 million viewers. It has been 13 years since the country produced a movie which exceeded such mark. The movie, which was first released in January 2013, continuously draw in viewers worldwide. ‘Miracle in Cell No. 7’ tells the story of kind middle-aged man named Yong-gu whose intellect is that of a 6-year-old. He gets imprisoned for raping and murdering a girl – something which he did not commit. His cellmates, some of the country’s most notorious criminals, eventually learn of his innocence. In an attempt to cheer him up, they try to smuggle Yong-gu’s daughter, Ye-Sung. Apart from the ‘Miracle in Cell No. 7’ ending, here are some of the heartbreaking scenes from the film: 1. When Yong-gu pleaded the store not to sell the last Sailor Moon bag. Every day, the father and daughter visit a particular store to check the Sailor Moon bag which Ye-Sung really wants but couldn’t afford since Yong-gu’s wage as a parking attendant isn’t enough.When the last Sailor Moon bag has been purchased, Yong-gu entered the