Posts Tagged ‘Park Bo-young’

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Park Bo-young, Lee Kwang-soo, Lee Chun-hee headline Mutant
by | November 7, 2014 | 45 Comments
I’m not quite sure whether this movie is going to be light, serious, or mysterious, but in any case a movie called Mutant is sure going to capture my attention. And with this casting, I’m hoping that the mutant idea is executed skillfully, as the project has now tapped Park Bo-young (Wolf Boy), Lee Kwang-soo... More »


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Park Bo-young to play entertainment reporter in new film
by | September 30, 2014 | 9 Comments
I guess journalists are just in vogue lately — we’ve got two fall/winter dramas about reporters headed our way (Healer and Pinocchio), and now Park Bo-young (Hot Blooded Youth) is headlining a new movie about young rookie reporters as well. If only she’d do a drama once in a while, sigh. The new project is... More »


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Park Bo-young, Eom Ji-won begin filming Girl
by | August 9, 2014 | 18 Comments
Freeeeaky. Filming has begun on mystery/horror movie Girl, with Park Bo-young (Hot-Blooded Youth, A Werewolf Boy) taking on the role of a student named Joo-ran, who transfers to a boarding school for convalescents in a coastal town in northern Korea. The movie is set in 1938, prior to the division of Korea, and something about... More »


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Park Bo-young considers horror project Girl
by | June 2, 2014 | 15 Comments
Park Bo-young (Hot-Blooded Youth, Werewolf Boy) is reportedly eyeing her next film project, which is a horror-suspense story set in the 1930s titled Girl. Despite the unremarkable title (so nondescript and common), the movie sounds like an interesting twist on a familiar premise — chilling events unfold at a boardinghouse — given the period slant;... More »


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Posters and trailer for Hot Blooded Youth
by | January 4, 2014 | 52 Comments
This turned out to be more of a comedy than I expected, not that I’m complaining of course. The trailer for Park Bo-young and Lee Jong-seok’s ’80s youth movie Hot Blooded Youth shows a light, quirky bent to the story of a gangster girl who laments that the ladies’ man on campus doesn’t see her... More »


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Park Bo-young and Lee Jong-seok go back to school
by | December 16, 2013 | 58 Comments
Yay, I can’t wait to watch Park Bo-young (A Werewolf Boy) tear it up as a high school jjang. Throwback ’80s movie Hot Blooded Youth is getting ready to premiere next month, and has released a set of teaser posters for the foursome who will rule the school. The posters are fantastically retro and comic-booky,... More »


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2013 Blue Dragon Film Awards
by | November 22, 2013 | 107 Comments
Fall marks the start of awards season, and today we have the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards, one of the major film industry ceremonies, along with the Grand Bell (Daejong) Awards earlier this month and the Baeksang Awards in the spring. You’ll recognize many familiar faces, not just from the other festivals and ceremonies this... More »


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Lee Jong-seok and Park Bo-young start shooting Hot Blooded Youth
by | August 6, 2013 | 118 Comments
Okay, I’ve figured it out. Lee Jong-seok has cloned himself. There’s just no other way to do so many projects in such a short amount of time. So out there, running about, is a Face-reading Jong-seok, a Swimming Jong-seok, a Voice-hearing Jong-seok, and of course, everyone’s perennial favorite, Woo-bin-loving Jong-seok (you have to have a... More »


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A potential movie romance for Lee Jong-seok and Park Bo-young
by | June 25, 2013 | 56 Comments
Will this kid never rest? Lee Jong-seok is the It Star of the moment (well, certainly one of them) with dramas and movies and CFs and bromances galore, and he sure is striking while the iron’s still hot. He’s currently got his hands full on the drama series I Hear Your Voice and has that... More »


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Movie Review: A Werewolf Boy
by | May 11, 2013 | 165 Comments
A Werewolf Boy is an exceptional film that’s been on my radar ever since it was announced (so by that timeline, I’ll get to watch Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King by the year 2037), and one that’s raked in some considerable accolades since its lauded release last fall. Despite this being a sophomore effort... More »


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Park Bo-young up for image change in new film
by | April 30, 2013 | 25 Comments
I wouldn’t have pegged these two to co-star in the same project, but Park Bo-young (Werewolf Boy) and idol-actress Gu Hara (City Hunter) are both up for a new movie, roughly translated Hot Blooded Youth. The latest reports state that both stars have agreed to take the film and are in negotiations, so it sounds... More »