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Reporter : Kwak Yeon-soo
Sat, February 24, 2024 | 03:03
[INTERVIEW] IU credits 'My Mister' as turning point in her decade-long acting career
Since bursting onto the K-pop scene in 2008, IU has built an incredibly successful career as both a singer and an actress. IU credited the 2018 tvN series “My Mister” as a turning point in her acting career, adding that it enabled her to play more complex roles.
Song Joong-ki and fellow cast of 'Hopeless' excited about Cannes invitation
Actor Song Joong-ki and his fellow cast members said they are happy to be invited to the 76th Cannes Film Festival, which is screening their film, “Hopeless,” in the non-competitive Un Certain Regard section.
'The Roundup: No Way Out' to be released in first half of year
“The Roundup: No Way Out,” the third installment of “The Outlaws” series, will be released in the first half of this year.
Hong Sang-soo's 'In Our Day,' Jason Yu's 'Sleep' to screen at Cannes 2023
Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo's “In Our Day” and director Jason Yu's “Sleep” have been selected to screen at side events of the Cannes Film Festival.
James Gunn says 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3' is more emotional than its predecessors
Director James Gunn said “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” tells an intimate story far more emotional than its predecessors and ends with the focus on Rocket's origin story.
Kim Tae-hee, Lim Ji-yeon confirmed to lead thriller series 'House with Yard'
Actresses Kim Tae-hee and Lim Ji-yeon have been confirmed to star in the thriller series “A House with a Yard” (working title), which will premiere in June.
BLACKPINK's Jennie invited to Cannes Film Festival
Jennie, a member of K-pop girl group BLACKPINK, has been invited to this year's Cannes Film Festival, which will run from May 16 to 27.
[INTERVIEW] Lee Sun-kyun says he's never encountered film like 'Killing Romance'
Lee Sun-kyun, known for his intensity in “My Mister” (2018) and “Parasite” (2019), has made his biggest transformation in “Killing Romance,” an absurdist film blending fantasy, comedy, family drama and musicals.
Japanese anime dominates box office - Will Korean animation catch up?
With “The First Slam Dunk” and “Suzume” bringing a new wave of attention to animated features here, animation has become a staple in domestic cinemas. Japanese director Makoto Shinkai's anime film “Suzume” has attracted over 4.4 million moviegoers as of April 12. “The First Slam Dunk,” based on the popular “Slam Dunk” basketball manga series by Takehiko Inoue, previously topp...
'Suzume' tops box office for 5th weekend with over 4 million tickets
Japanese animated film “Suzume” claimed the No. 1 spot on the box office charts for the fifth weekend in a row, attracting over 4 million moviegoers in Korea.