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PARK Chan-wook and BONG Joon-ho support KONG Hyo-jin

2008/08/27 Source

Celebrated director Park Chan-wook's first effort as a producer is the comedy-drama "Crush and Blush". Gong Hyo-jin plays the titular character, a marginalised woman whose head easily turns red. Her love for a man played by Lee Jong-hyuk is unrequited. But the teacher doesn't give up that easily.

First time feature film director Lee Kyoung-mi is at the helm of the project. She has experience directing short films. "Crush and Blush" is scheduled for a October 16 release.

The film gained more publicity when a cameo of director Bong Joon-ho ("The Host)" became known. BONG appears as an office worker who takes English classes at a language institute together with KONG's character.

Gong Hyo-jin is currently in cinemas with Ryoo Seung-wan's parody "Dachiwama Lee". She broke through with supporting roles in the youngster films "Volcano High" and "No Manners". She also starred in Lee Myung-se's "M".

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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