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Netflixs Korean Film Okja receives four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival
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Netflixs Korean Film Okja receives four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival

Netflixs first Korean original film Okja was shown at the Cannes Film Festival and received a standing ovation despite technical difficulties.

The bilingual Korean film Okja is a comedy that sheds light on GMO products and the ethics involving GMO foods, and stars globally recognized actors such as Tilda Swanton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Steven Yeun, and Korean child actor Ahn Seo Hyun.

The film, directed by Snowpiercers Bong Joon Ho, was shown at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and received a four-minute standing ovation, despite the controversies that arose regarding Bong Joon Hos decision in working with Netflix.

Im Siwan Opens Up About His Overwhelming Experience At Cannes Film Festival
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Im Siwan Opens Up About His Overwhelming Experience At Cannes Film Festival

During a V Live broadcast on May 25, Im Siwan expressed how awed hes felt throughout his satisfactory experience at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.

The actor was invited to the midnight screening of The Merciless, along with the rest of the main cast consisting of Sol Kyung Gu, Kim Hee Won, and Jeon Hae Jin.

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I thought to myself, What is this feeling? when there was a standing ovation after the midnight screening at Cannes. I felt numb, Im Siwan reflected. I kept thinking, What is happening right now?'

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.

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.

[Photos] New character posters for Joseon-era film
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[Photos] New character posters for Joseon-era film "Constables"

These are some stern character posters that were released for "Constables". They fit into the premise of two men who are tasked with protecting a great cause.

Directed by Kim Hong-seon-I

With Jung Hae-in, Kim Ji-hoon-I, Jo Jae-yoon, Lee Won-jong, Park Chul-min, Hong Soo-ah,...

Formerly known as "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables" ( : TWO, too-kab-seu je-lo too-po-jol) and "Two Constables" (, doo-po-jol)

Filming began : 2015/07/22

Based in the Joseon times during the era of Seongjong and Jongjong, this is the story of the battle to protect a king.