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Trailer for Upcoming Korean Film “The Present” by Hur Jin-ho

While the release of his Choi Min-sik/Han Suk-kyu starring historical film “Forbidden Dreams” is still eagerly awaited by fans, melodrama supremo Hur Jin-ho is set for the release of his 43-minute short film “The Present”, starring the inimitable Shin Ha-kyu.

Synopsis

Ha-neul and Bo-ra are getting ready to open an establishment, when their plans to develop a fire-fighting thermal imaging camera by day and night fail, and they are on the verge of being kicked out of their studio. When everything seems to be hitting a brick wall, a strange man appears in the middle of their studio and claims that is his factory… A collaboration beyond time begins!

Shin Ha-kyun seems to have found a fancy for comedy of late. The actor, best known for his serious, hard-hitting roles in films such as “The Villainess” and “Pied Piper”, among others, has been in films with comedic elements in
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Korean Actress Lee Ha-nee Signs with Wme, Agi for Hollywood Debut

  • Variety
Leading Korean actress, Lee Ha-nee has signed with Hollywood agents Phillip Sun of Wme and David Unger of Artist International Group. The deals are intended to extend the actress’ acting scope to include Hollywood, and were announced Thursday by Korean independent talent management agency Saram Entertainment.

A former Miss Korea winner in 2006 and a Miss Universe contestant in 2007, the bilingual actress has starred in films including “Tazza-The Hidden Card,” “Fabricated City” and “Blackened Heart,” and multiple TV series. She recently finished shooting Korean comedy film “Extreme Job.”

With a Masters degree in Korean traditional music, Lee appeared at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and performed a Korean traditional court dance.

“For a long time, global representatives have shown interest in Lee as she has proven herself in many different spheres. We decided to work with partners that can be the most helpful for Lee in developing her career in Hollywood,
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