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The Youngest South Korean Actress to Stand on the Red Carpet of Cannes Film Festival
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The Youngest South Korean Actress to Stand on the Red Carpet of Cannes Film Festival

When I was watching "Dream High" back in 2011, I did not even think of the possibility of this adorable little sister of Hyemi (Played by Suzy) walking the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival. Moreover, as one of the nominee for the Best Actress award!

Born in 2004, child actress Ahn Seo-hyun is already a veteran actress with 10+ years of experience in the acting field. Her charm point is her huge, puppy-like eyes and endless colors on her palette. Of course, these are not her only charm points! According to the staffs, next three points are what appealed them to select her as a cast in the dramas/movies she's taken.

Lee Beom Soo And Rain Turn Down 'X-Men' Movie Role Offer For Korean Bio Film
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Lee Beom Soo And Rain Turn Down 'X-Men' Movie Role Offer For Korean Bio Film

There is a new and upcoming "X-Men" movie, and it is reported that popular South Korean actor, Lee Beom Soo, has just been offered a role. The said movies were reported to be "The Dark Phoenix" and "New Mutants."

Reports have it that Lee Beom Soo has just turned down a very good and major role offer for the upcoming "X-Men" movies. There have also been previous reports that Rain also had the chance to be part of the Hollywood franchise.

With this, reports have it that Lee Beom Soo is impressed of Rain because of his passion in the industry. Unfortunately, even Rain had also turned down the role because he has another project to do. And that project is for a South Korean biographical film entitled, "Uhm Bok-dong."

Winners Of 2017 Korean Film Shining Star Awards
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Winners Of 2017 Korean Film Shining Star Awards

On July 4, the 2017 Korean Film Shining Star Awards celebrated some of the best of the best in the industry.

Stars including Kim Yoon Jin, Jang Hyuk, Shin Seong Il, Yoo In Young, EXO’s D.O (Do Kyung Soo), Yoo Jae Myung, and more attended the award ceremony at the Conrad Seoul Hotel that evening.

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The Newcomer Award went to both EXO’s D.O and Girls’ Generation’s YoonA. D.O said when he accepted his award, I’ll continue to experience things and try hard so that I can show you good performances as an actor.

'Battleship Island' lands the largest premiere audience in Korean film history
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'Battleship Island' lands the largest premiere audience in Korean film history

Historical action film 'Battleship Island' has finally premiered, raking in a massive audience and snagging first place in the box office! Not only that, the film has set a new record in Korean film production history!

The film earned a whopping 97,000 viewers on opening day, and this is the first time a film has gathered close to 100,000 viewers on premiere night within Korea. 'Battleship Island' is a retelling of the slaves within the historical labor camps at Hashima Island in Japan. Additionally, the film earned a lot of spotlight for it's star studded cast including Song Joong Ki, So Ji Sub and Lee Jung Hyun. 

Most Anticipated Korean Film of 2017
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Most Anticipated Korean Film of 2017 "The Battleship Island" Debuts in the USA and Canada August 4

CJ Entertainment's highly anticipated summer blockbuster, "The Battleship Island", a historical war film, is set to release on July 26 in Korea and on August 4 inover40 cities across the U.S. and Canada. The title was featured at the Cannes Film Festival last month and was pre-sold to 113 territories worldwide.

"The Battleship Island" is based on a true story during WWII when Korea was under the colonial rule of Japan. In 1944, 400 conscripted Korean civilians head out to Hashima Island. Nicknamed ""The Battleship Island"" after its resemblance to a war vessel, many were lured by false promises of high wages. Upon arrival, they found that workers are forced into slave labor. As the U.S. launches a massive counterattack on Japan, the Japanese decide to blow up the island in order to bury the truth about their awful treatment of the Korean slave labors. A Korean independence activist discovers the plan and works with others on the island for a mass escape.