‘Ha Jung-woo’

Chungmuro/Film News
Ha Jung-woo gets trapped in new thriller Tunnel
by | August 8, 2016 | 8 Comments
New movie Tunnel is a heart-pounding thriller about a man trapped underground, from award-winning director Kim Sung-hoon (A Hard Day). In it, Ha Jung-woo (Agasshi) stars as an ordinary company man who is driving home from work, when suddenly the tunnel he’s in collapses around him. Bae Doo-na (Jupiter Ascending) plays his wife, whose steady... More »

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Ha Jung-woo to redefine immigrant experience in Koreatown
by | August 4, 2016 | 10 Comments
It’s like seeing a beautiful rare butterfly when someone can make a successful crossover career in acting and directing, and Ha Jung-woo (Agasshi) is steadily on his way to doing just that. The acclaimed Chungmuro veteran actor made his debut as a director in 2013 with screwball comedy Rollercoaster, followed up by the period film... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: June 25, 2016
by | June 25, 2016 | 66 Comments
Ha Jung-woo, Kang Haneul, Kim Sung-kyun More fun cameos are in store for Entourage, with frequent tvN collaborators Kang Haneul (Misaeng) and Kim Sung-kyun (Answer Me 1988 & 1994) popping in for guest spots. Kang will play himself, and he’ll be appearing to support his buddy Park Jung-min (the two share the same agency and... More »

Celebrity News
Oh Snap! The Handmaiden is so vogue
by | May 30, 2016 | 19 Comments
Director Park Chan-wook’s latest film Agasshi, also known as The Handmaiden, is well known by now for making the rounds at the 69th Cannes Film Festival, where it competed for the coveted Palme d’Or prize. Even though it didn’t win, this was one of those cases where the honor of being nominated is prize enough.... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Ha Jung-woo lines up Andre Kim biopic and military thriller next
by | May 16, 2016 | 21 Comments
Chungmuro mainstay Ha Jung-woo (Agassi, Assassination) never has any shortage of projects, but the coming year looks to be a particularly busy one for him. He’s currently giving interviews at Cannes while promoting Agassi, the Park Chan-wook film that just premiered at the festival, and he discussed the next three movies he’s got lined up,... More »

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Lee Jung-jae becomes a god
by | May 9, 2016 | 19 Comments
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later, right? Lee Jung-jae (Assassination) has been cast as a god among gods in the new fantasy film adaptation of the webtoon With the Gods. Lee and Kim Haneul (Don’t Forget Me) are among the newest additions to the two-part blockbuster saga about reapers and gods who... More »

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Park Chan-wook’s Agasshi gears up for Cannes premiere
by | May 6, 2016 | 36 Comments
Agasshi (or The Handmaiden), the newest film from director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Thirst), is making its world premiere at the 69th Cannes Film Festival, which opens next week on May 11. The stylish interpretation of Sarah Waters’ Victorian crime novel Fingersmith stars Kim Min-hee (Crying Man) and Ha Jung-woo (Assassination) in a story about thieves... More »

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D.O. joins afterlife fantasy saga With the Gods
by | April 17, 2016 | 37 Comments
The cast has been confirmed for the new fantasy saga With the Gods starring Ha Jung-woo (Assassination) and Cha Tae-hyun (The Producers), and idol actor D.O. (Do Kyung-soo) of EXO is the latest addition to the ensemble. This is a movie I’m really looking forward to, because the webtoon is an interesting mix of dark... More »

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Joo Ji-hoon courted to be grim reaper minion in fantasy saga With the Gods
by | December 17, 2015 | 26 Comments
It’s interesting that the big fantasy blockbuster With the Gods is having to go through so many casting rounds, because I’d be first in line to play a minion to Ha Jung-woo’s grim reaper. How fun would that be? Sadly Kim Woo-bin declined and so did Park Bo-young (double saaaaaaad), but now Joo Ji-hoon (Mask)... More »

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Ha Jung-woo, Bae Doo-na headline new thriller Tunnel
by | November 24, 2015 | 25 Comments
The cast has been confirmed for the newest project from award-winning writer-director Kim Sung-hoon of the gritty crime thriller A Hard Day. His new film, called Tunnel, is kind of self-explanatory once you hear the plot: A man gets trapped inside a tunnel when it caves in on him, and the movie is about the... More »