With the coming of spring comes another iteration of the Jeonju International Film Festival. While the scope of the Jeonju International Film Festival is quite large, on a year by year basis there's surprisingly little change between the essentials. This is because unlike other major South Korean film festivals, there's no sense of expansion being a priority in and of itself on a yearly basis. I spoke at length on the subject with Lee Jee-eun, the head of the media outreach team, and she made a point of emphasizing the fresh new feeling that's supposed to come to the festival every year.
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Happening right before the Presidential Election on May 9th, the Jeju International Film Festival fielded a lot of questions at press conferences this year about politics. The answers always fall into the same general pattern- movies depicts life, and life depicts politics, ergo, movies inevitably have to depict politics. It's a rather rote response at this point- JIFF was into politics long before it was cool, and monuments to Sewol can be found throughout the city. The "Project Cheonan Ship" controversy predates what happened with "Diving Bell" easily, and last year, "Spy Nation" and "Seven Years-Journalism without Journalist" provided a very ominous glimpse into what politics has become in South Korea.
In the course of my interview with Kim Soy she made a very instructive comment about Jeonju that I feels sums up the festival's overall atmosphere quite well. Kim Soy mentioned that in all of the years she has been here (which include work as Closing Ceremony host in 2015), you can always just see actors and directors and what-not hanging out in random nearby cafes. And if you want, you can always just drop in to chat with them. Not sure how many people would have the gumption to try but yes, you could do that.
Stellar has shared their first teaser photo for their comeback, with new details for fans!
On June 20, the group posted a beautiful photo of Gayoung on Twitter with the caption, 2017.6.27 COME BACK!!! Stellar in to the world.'
스텔라 가영 티저 이미지 공개 !!! pic.twitter.com/6665USDL2i
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Stellar previously announced that their summer comeback will include the addition of a new member.
Hwang Bohad a poolside photo shoot for the July issue of 'International bnt'.
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In a simple white bikini as well as a plaid crop top and black shorts, Hwang Bo doesn't look like any time has passed since her days as part of "original" idol groupChakra.
She discussed her days away from the limelight, which she spent running a cafe, restaurant, and fashion business. Hwang Bo explained, "I started because there was no guarantee that I could be a celebrity forever."