Category: MURAKAMI

Yoo Ah In – “Burning” BTS

Yoo Ah In – “Burning” BTS

Lee Chang Dong: A Peek Inside The Filmmaking Genius, Yoo Ah In’s Biggest Challenge

“Lee Chang Dong: A Peek Inside The Filmmaking Genius, Yoo Ah In’s Biggest Challenge

He is highly respected in Korean film industry as a director and as a person. His movies might not do well at the box office, but actors, who work with him, would break the molds that they had before and release new sides to them. He’s the best director for actors who want to be truly actors, not just stars.   Right now, a lot of people are excited with director Lee Chang Dong’s comeback through…

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“Burning” is highly likely to release for the Cannes Film Festival and get “R” rating

“Burning” is highly likely to release for the Cannes Film Festival and get “R” rating

Ilgan Sport reveals more details (and spoilers) about Haruki Murakami’s film adaptation “Burning”.  “Burning” tells the story of a chaebol, a deliveryman, and a woman. Yoo Ah In confirmed his appearance as the lead character deliveryman Jong Soo, and Stephen Yeon is expected to play the chaebol role namely Ben. The female character, Haemi, is cast through an audition. “Burning” is the story of…

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Director Lee Chang Dong confirms Yoo Ah In as the main character Jong Soo in “Burning”

Director Lee Chang Dong confirms Yoo Ah In as the main character Jong Soo in “Burning”

  The movie “Burning”, which has been attracting attention as director Lee Chang Dong’s new work after 8 years of hiatus, confirms the cast of Yoo Ah In as the main character/protagonist ‘Jong Soo’ and will start filming in September. Director Lee Chang Dong, through an official release on August 5, has confirmed the casting of Yoo Ah In as the main character ‘Jong Soo’ in the new film “Burning”,…

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Director Lee Chang Dong Talks About “Burning” & It Has “Yoo Ah In” Written All Over It

Director Lee Chang Dong Talks About “Burning” & It Has “Yoo Ah In” Written All Over It

  A successful novelist and screenwriter before becoming a director, Lee Chang Dong came late to filmmaking, but quickly established himself as one of Korea’s most talented directors, and one of the principal architects of the director-driven Korean independent cinema that has enjoyed much critical acclaim around the world since millenium, with Venice and Cannes awarding him top prizes for the…

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