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Reporter : Lee Gyu-lee
Mon, February 26, 2024 | 18:00
[INTERVIEW] Director, Choi Min-shik say 'Exhuma' explores Korea's traumatic past
The film, which hit theaters on Feb. 22, follows young shamans Hwa-rim (Kim Go-eun) and Bong-gil (Lee Do-hyun) who embark on a case to unravel the enigmatic events surrounding a wealthy Korean family residing in Los Angeles. Upon discovering that the family's troubles stem from their ancestor's grave site, Hwa-rim and Bong-gil propose exhuming it. They enlist the expertise of...
[INTERVIEW] Actor Lee Jong-won says he learned comedy from co-star in 'Knight Flower'
“The burden on me was greater than ever. But the weight and responsibility became my driving force,” the actor said in a recent interview with The Korea Times, held at a cafe in southern Seoul's Gangnam District.
Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya describe honorable journey of 'Dune: Part Two'
During the event, actors expressed their gratitude and shared insights into their experiences of being part of the fictional universe originating from Frank Herbert’s iconic novel.
[INTERVIEW] Park Min-young emerges from dark period with 'Marry My Husband'
Despite her prolific career, her private life was kept out of the spotlight until the news broke of her dating a man facing a multi-billion-won embezzlement charge, leading her to be questioned by the prosecutors.
'FAQ' brings humor, imagination into coming-of-age story
The upcoming film 'FAQ' explores the grueling world of an 11-year-old girl burdened with private education, weaving a whimsical and imaginative narrative.
[INTERVIEW] Director, Choi Woo-shik say 'A Killer Paradox' is not vigilante story
Netflix’s new original series “A Killer Paradox” explores this complex and debatable ethical conundrum through the story of college student Lee Tang (played by Choi Woo-shik), who finds himself in extraordinary situations.
[INTERVIEW] Kim Hye-jun explains why she initially turned down 'A Shop for Killers'
In the Disney+ original 'A Shop for Killers,' Kim portrays an ordinary college girl who becomes a killer, marking her return to the action-packed thriller genre she is best known for.
[INTERVIEW] Director Kore-eda describes 'Monster' final scene as blessing
'I directed the two young actors [who played Minato and Hoshikawa] to be exhilarated and that they can scream in joy and jump. I told them to bless themselves,' the director said during a recent interview with The Korea Times, held at the southern Seoul office of the film's distributor, NEW.
[INTERVIEW] Actor Cho Jin-woong reflects on meaning of names in 'Dead Man'
“There are few things we take for granted and overlook as we live our lives, and I think one of them is our names … I exist in this world with a name and I thought (this topic) was something worth thinking about,” Cho told The Korea Times in an interview at a cafe in Jongno District, Seoul, Tuesday.
[INTERVIEW] Celine Song's 'Past Lives' shares Korean philosophy with world
The romance film revolves around a concept called “inyeon,” a Korean word with a complex meaning that touches on fate, destiny, and the connections between people, told through the story of two childhood friends Nora (Greta Lee) and Hae-sung (Yoo Teo).
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