This Actor Was Found In A 19 Film

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This Actor Was Found In A 19+ Film
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This Actor Was Found In A 19+ Film

Recently, an up and coming actor by the name of Woo Do Hwan has gained some popularity since his debut back in 2011 in 'Shut Up! Flower Boy Band.' However, netizens dugup a dirty secret from his past that might haunt his career.

The actor, before his true rise in popularity, had starred in a 19+ R rater filmed titled 'Let's Go To Rose Motel,' which featured some R rated sexual scenes back in 2013.

He played the lead role of a character who is in a relationship and tries to convince the woman to go to a motel with him. The following clip from the film has been circulating around the internet.

Ha Jung-woo and Son Ye-jin take home Best Actor and Actress at Chunsa Film Festival
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Ha Jung-woo and Son Ye-jin take home Best Actor and Actress at Chunsa Film Festival

Ha Jung-woo and Son Ye-jin were honored with the Chunsa Film Festival Best Actor and Actress.

The event was held in COEX on the 24th. Ha Jung-woo was awarded Best Actor for "Tunnel" and Son Ye-jin Best Actress for "The Truth Beneath".

Ha Jung-woo made a speech thanking those he worked with in the movie and thanked the director for giving him such a good character.

Son Ye-jin also made a speech saying she felt more responsible with every award she got.

Meanwhile, the Best Director went to Na Hong-jin from "The Wailing", the Best Supporting Actor to Park Jung-min from "DongJu, The Portrait of A Poet" and the Best Supporting Actress to Yoo In-young from "Misbehavior".

Song Kang-ho Wins Best Actor at Fantasia Film Fest
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Song Kang-ho Wins Best Actor at Fantasia Film Fest

Song Kang-ho won best actor at Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival for "A Taxi Driver" on Thursday.

It was his second win after "The Show Must Go on" 10 years ago.

"A Taxi Driver" looks at the horrors of the military crackdown on the Gwangju democratic uprising in May 1980.

Song plays a taxi driver who takes a German journalist to the center of the protests, unaware of the impending danger.

The film passed the 1 million viewer mark on Thursday, the second day of its run.

Cheese In The Trap Film Shares Stills Of Oh Yeon Seo As Female Lead
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Cheese In The Trap Film Shares Stills Of Oh Yeon Seo As Female Lead

The much-talked-about film adaptation of webtoon Cheese in the Trap has released still photos of actress Oh Yeon Seo as beloved lead character Hong Seol.

Oh Yeon Seo is taking on the role opposite Park Hae Jin, who is playing the character of Yoo Jung that he took on in last year’s drama adaptation of the story. A representative of the film praised Oh Yeon Seo’s passion and her ability to analyze her character. They said, I was in awe of the performance by Oh Yeon Seo, who has transformed into Hong Seol so perfectly that it seems as though she’s come straight out of the webtoon.

Cannes Film Festival Under Fire For Using An Image Of The Wrong Jinyoung
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Cannes Film Festival Under Fire For Using An Image Of The Wrong Jinyoung

The promotional material for a film at the Cannes Film festival has brought in the wrong kind of attention for its embarrassing error.

The world-renowned Cannes Film Festival has found itself the subject of criticism after its recent screening of a French-Korean movie called Claires Camera.

The movie, about the film festival itself in some ways, is about a woman who sees the world as possibilities through the power of her camera lens and stars, among others, Korean actor Jung Jinyoung.