Oct 16, 2015 10:02 AM EDT
Go Ah Sung and Director Ryoo Seung Wan will attend the 13th New York Korean Film Festival.
Jo Jung Suk and Park Bo Young grew close while filming their drama “Oh My Ghostess.” And given that they were both about to launch films, they were prepared to show up at each other’s premieres.
Lee Sun Kyun and Kim Go Eun take on the complexities of the legal system in 'The Advocate: A Missing Body.'
Actress Kim Yoo Jung wanted to show a darker side of herself in the film “Circle of Atonement” and it wasn’t easy.
'The Throne' will kick off the Hawaii International Film Festival.
Go Ah Sung and director Ryoo Seung Wan are included on the preview list of guests for the New York Korean Film Festival.
Kwon Sang Woo’s new film “The Accidental Detective” is doing so well that there is talk of it becoming a series. And Kwon has already said that he is happy to play the character again.
Director Bong Joon Ho is lining up the cast for his new film “Okja.” So far the potential candidates include a few international stars but no confirmed Korean actors.
Several k-drama stars attended the Busan International Film Festival and the interviews this generated resulted in some interesting quotes about love, wishes and destiny. Here’s a round-up of our favorite quotes
The 20th Busan International Film Festival announced its list of award recipients including Lee Jung Jae and Byun Yo Han.
A new film “Speed” focuses on the challenges faced by four twenty-something young men. And it features a noona romance between lovers who are decades apart.
It was a holiday weekend in Korea so plenty of people went to the movies. And the winner at the box office was “The Throne,” starring Yoo Ah In, Song Kang Ho and Moon Geun Young.
In his upcoming film, “Collective Information,” Lee Kwang Soo plays a mutant. He’s half fish and half human.
You may want to screen these films during next month’s Halloween celebrations.