Template:Infobox Korean name Kang Hye-jeong (b. January 4, 1982) is a South Korean actress who has starred in films such as Oldboy and Welcome to Dongmakgol.
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Invisible Waves (Thai: คำพิพากษาของมหาสมุทร) is a 2006 crime film by Thai director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang, with screenplay by Prabda Yoon, cinematography by Christopher Doyle, and starring Tadanobu Asano – all people that Pen-Ek had worked with on his previous film, Last Life in the Universe. It had its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival and was also shown at the 2006 Bangkok International Film Festival and the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. Kyoji is a cook living in Macau. He works for a Thai restaurant in Hong Kong and has been having an affair with Seiko, the wife of his boss, Wiwat, who orders Kyoji to poison her. After the deed is done, Kyoji is ordered to leave Hong Kong. He consults with the mysterious Monk, who gives him money and advice to contact Lizard. Kyoji then boards a cruise ship, and is given a small, dreary cabin belowdecks, where nothing seems to work properly. In trying to find his way back topside, he gets lost. Finally, up on deck, he meets Noi....
Welcome to Dongmakgol (웰컴투 동막골) is a 2005 South Korean film set during the Korean War. It was South Korea's official entry for the foreign language film category of the Academy Awards in 2005, and as of 2005 it was the fourth-highest grossing South Korean movie of all time. It was the debut film of director Park Kwang-hyun and stars Shin Ha-kyun, Jeong Jae-yeong and Kang Hye-jeong.
The story is set in Korea during the Korean War in 1950. Soldiers from both the North and South, as well as an American pilot, find themselves in a secluded and naively idealistic village, its residents unaware of the outside world, including the war.
The movie is based on the long running play by Jang Jin.
A U.S. Navy pilot, Neil Smith, is caught in a mysterious storm of butterflies and crash-lands his plane while flying over a remote part of Korea. He is found by local villagers who nurse him back to health. Time stands still in this village called Dongmakgol. They have no knowledge of modern technology,...
Oldboy (Hangul:올드보이) is a 2003 South Korean film directed by Park Chan-wook. It is based on a Japanese manga of the same name written by Nobuaki Minegishi and Garon Tsuchiya. Oldboy is the second installment of Park's "Vengeance trilogy", preceded by Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and followed by Sympathy for Lady Vengeance.
The film won the Grand Prix at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival and high praise from the President of the Jury, director Quentin Tarantino, who could not persuade the members of the jury to give it the Palme d'Or over Fahrenheit 9/11. Critically, the movie has been well received in the United States, with an 81% "Certified Fresh" rating at Rottentomatoes.com; well known film critic Roger Ebert has claimed Oldboy to be a "powerful film".
The American remake is currently on hold, and the previously announced director Justin Lin, best known for the teen crime drama Better Luck Tomorrow, is no longer attached.
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