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Lee Byung Hun May Make Hollywood Comeback With Film Radiance
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Lee Byung Hun May Make Hollywood Comeback With Film Radiance

It has been revealed that Lee Byung Hun has been offered a role in the Hollywood film Radiance.

On May 29, Lee Byung Huns agency BH Entertainment confirmed this and added, It is one of the projects that is currently being discussed. Nothing has been decided for sure at this moment.

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Radiance is an action movie in pre-production that tells the story of a kidnapped First Lady who was previously a highly trained operative. She fights against a terror group to save her family.

Girls' Generation's Yuri portrays a deep message about her identity in special star film 'BLISS'
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Girls' Generation's Yuri portrays a deep message about her identity in special star film 'BLISS'

Girls' Generation's Yuri and director Shin Dong Geul present 'BLISS'.

The special short film by 'InStyle' depicts Yuri's struggles to find her true identity as a girl and an actress. The clip is divided into 3 segments; actor, hunter, and bliss and portrays a deep message about Yuri's identity. 

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Check out the special clip with Yuri. 

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Chunsa Film Art Awards 2017 Winners
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Chunsa Film Art Awards 2017 Winners

Chunsa Film Art Awards 2017 winners' list

"The Wailing" - Na Hong-jin

"The Truth Beneath" - Lee Kyoung-mi

"The Truth Beneath" - Son Ye-jin

"DongJu, The Portrait of A Poet" - Park Jung-min

Best Supporting Actress

"Misbehavior" - Yoo In-young

"Train to Busan" - Kwak Tae-yong

"The Boys Who Cried Wolf" - Kim Jin-hwang

"Beaten Black and Blue" - Koo Gyo-hwan

"Our Love Story" - Lee Sang-hee-II

Lifetime Achievement Award

Park Chan Wook Talks About The Future Of Korean Film In Cannes Interview
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Park Chan Wook Talks About The Future Of Korean Film In Cannes Interview

Renowned director Park Chan Wook, who is currently attending the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival, recently spoke up in an interview on what he thinks about the future of Korean cinema.

In the interview, Park Chan Wook mentioned a new generation of Korean directors such as Yeon Sang Ho, who directed Train to Busan. Directors who are on the rise as well as directors from my generation are being discovered through film festivals. When I see their development and creativity through their films, I get very emotional. I think its proof that we have something to be proud of.