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Wishing Stairs focuses on two best friends, Yoon Jin-sung (Song Ji-hyo) and Kim So-hee (Park Han-byul), who both are ballet students at what. Actress Song Ji Hyo is a global force to be reckoned with!China's women Actress Park Han Byul might be joining a new tvN drama!A rep revealed on March 2. The year relationship of singer Se7en and actress Park Han Byul has come to It took seven years for the couple to finally admit they were dating in . Song Ji Hyo And Chen Bolin Get Cozy For Marie Claire Taiwan.
In the theatre, the men in the audience always remained standing until the tsar entered his box and, out of respect, after the performance they remained in their places until he had departed. By the early s the Russian ballet went beyond its borders and it had become its own force and was distinctly Russian, while still being embraced by the Parisian society. While their style was not only being accepted in Paris, but implemented in Paris theaters, the Ballets Russes were still considered dangerous, even in the theatre of performing art.
In the beginning, the relationship between Russia and France through the arts was a testimony to their political allegiances 5. She began her career in Jang Jins stage plays, and for a few appeared in supporting roles on film and television. Lee rose to fame in for her role in the popular family drama Smile. Whereas most starlets launch their careers as teenagers, she debuted at 25 after graduating from Sungkyunkwan University with a degree in Theater.
She became a name in through her supporting role in the popular high school series Boys Over Flowers. Lees breakout role was in romantic comedy Cyrano Agency incommercials and endorsements flooded in, and Lee gained a goddess label in the press. One of the challenges of her next film Wonderful Radio, was to strip her of that image and she successfully carried the film, with one review praising her as expertly swinging from girly ditz, through self-centered pop diva, to serious singer-songwriter.
Co-star Lee Jung-jin said her personality is similar to the characters - really upbeat. After playing a disillusioned fiancee to a fund manager in Midas. In she starred in another rom-com series All About My Romance and this was followed by Cunning Single Lady inin which she played the titular character who schemes to win her ex-husband back now that hes rich and successful.
The series began airing in Februarypark died on February 25, at the age of Lee married actor Lee Byung-hun on August 10, at the Grand Hyatt Seoul, the couple had briefly dated inthen resumed their relationship in Lee gave birth to their first child, Lee Joon-hoo, a boy on 31 March 6. As a student at Anyang Art High School, Park posted photographs of herself on the internet, becoming an online celebrity due to her close physical resemblance to actress Jun Ji-hyun.
After being signed by an entertainment agency, she made her debut in the horror film Wishing Stairs. Having since appeared in a succession of television series, Park returned to the big screen with a role in the film Fate.
Her next project will be a film titled Yoga School, in JulyPark co-starred with Kim Ji-seok in horror film Two Moons, playing the role of So Hee, a horror fiction novelist with a hidden secret.
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In JuneK-pop singer Se7en acknowledged on his website that he and Park had been in a relationship for seven years, Se7en had previously denied rumors that they were a couple in order to protect Parks privacy and let the relationship grow naturally. The series uses a high school as the backdrop for each of its films. Every Whispering Corridors film features a different plot, characters and settings, in the late 90s, screenwriter Oh Ki-min had written the screenplay for Whispering Corridors and showed it to various production companies, but the film was rejected by all of them.
Meanwhile, producer Lee Choon-yun became aware of a Japanese horror film set in a school, since many Korean schools have urban legends tied to them, Choon-yun intended to produce a contemporary film version of the scary stories adapted from school legends. Choon-yun stated that another thing that motivated him was his antagonism toward the harsh South Korean education system.
The producer thought that a high school was an attractive setting, stating that Its a space that stimulates male curiosity. Conversely, for women, its an environment that they can feel nostalgic about, the film became a big commercial success, which led to several sequels. The films dont share any direct links with other, due to the producer wanting Whispering Corridors to be a brand name. In an exclusive school, a former pupil returns to start a new job as a teacher.
But when a teacher is found dead, apparently having committed suicide, circumstances that link the past, as the body count rises, the memories of past deaths begin to call forth a series of ghosts to haunt the corridors of this troubled school. Min-Ah spots a maroon diary near a fountain at school. Shes late for class and takes the diary with her, in class, Min-Ah opens the diary and experiences a brief hallucinatory experience. The diary originally belonged to two girls attend the same school, Hyo-Shin and Si-Eun.
The two girls seem to share a relationship thats closer than even best friends, as Min-Ah becomes immersed in their world, a suicide occurs at school. Hyo-Shin leaps to her death from the roof a school building, soon, Hyo-Shins spirit unleashes unbridle terror upon her former school.
The better of the two friends, So-Hee looks all set to win, when it becomes apparent that Jin-Sung is becoming more and more jealous, Jin-Sung then decides to give the stairs a go herself. When the 29th step appears she wishes that she could be the one who wins the ballet scholarship, when So-Hee falls down a flight of stairs and becomes crippled, she commits suicide by jumping from her hospital window.
With So-Hee gone, Jin-Sung wins the ballet competition, hae-Ju goes back to the wishing stairs and calls for So-Hee to come back to life 8.
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Voice film — Voice is a South Korean horror film, and the fourth installment of the Whispering Corridors film series. This film was the film for its three young actresses, as well as director Choi Ik-hwan, who had served as an assistant director on the first film. It was screened at the San Francisco Korean American Film Festival, Young-eon, the top singer at an all-girls school, is murdered by a music sheet cutting her throat in the opening scene. The next day nobody can see or hear her except her friend Seon-min who is able to hear her, after Young-eon convinces Seon-min that it is her voice that can be heard the two attempt to find out what happened to Young-eon.
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Seon-min begins speculating that the teacher must have killed Young-eon. The mystery behind her death is slowly unraveled as Young-eon has flashbacks of life before her death, Seon-min befriends a lonely and strange girl at school named Cho-ah, who can hear the voices of the dead, and she helps the two solve the incident. Soon after, the music teacher kills herself, Seon-min begins to doubt what Young-eon says after Cho-ah tells her that ghosts only remember what they want to, revealing that Young-eons memory may be incorrect.
There seems to be another ghost haunting the school, one that the two friends suspect must be Young-eons murderer, later, Young-eons body is found in on top of the elevator, when a student accidentally drops a cart, the same elevator that a previous student died in.
Young-eon is running out of time to discover who the other ghost is, some of the flashbacks include her mother, who is shown to be in a hospital. In one flashback, she talks to her mother about how as soon as she is old enough she will learn to drive, another features how her mother committed suicide by jumping off the top of the hospital. In the end Young-eon is revealed to have driven her mother to suicide and it is also shown that Young-eon might have multiple personality disorder due to the trauma and guilt of encouraging her mother to kill herself.
Young-eon ends up bringing tears to her music teachers eyes when she asks the teacher to sing, leading the latter to contemplate suicide.
It turns out that Young-eon had been hearing the voices of her teacher and of the ghost, Hyo-jung, the whole time, Hyo-jung was a student and a former top singer at the school.
She fell in love with the music teacher, Hyo-jung has the same voice as Young-eon and they are both recorded in a song.
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Hyo-jung is revealed to have shot the music sheet at Young-eons throat in the first scene out of anger at losing her voice, Seon-min thinks Young-eon should move on and cross over. Young-eon is angered by her statement, since she wants nothing more than to live again, not long after, Young-eon kills Cho-ah and takes over Seon-mins body.
After talking to her reflection at her locker, Young-eon-in-Seon-min walks alongside Seon-mins mother, at the very end of the movie, Cho-ah is left shouting in frustration, but voiceless 9. Moon Jeong-hee graduated from the Korea National University of Arts with a degree in Theatre Studies and she made her theater debut in a staging of Blood Brothers.
Though she hasnt found full-fledged stardom, the actress has built a body of work alternating leading and supporting roles. Having learned salsa in middle school, Moon became a salsa dancer.
She has worked as a dancing teacher in between projects, and can also do jazz dancing and the pansori. Moon is fluent in three languages - Korean, English and French and she was named the goodwill ambassador of international childrens rights group Safe Kids Korea in In she hosted the ceremony of the Jeonju International Film Festival Memento Mori film — Memento Mori is a South Korean horror film, and the second installment of the Whispering Corridors film series.
It is a sequel to s Whispering Corridors, and is set in an all-girls high school. Memento Mori was one of the first Korean commercial films to depict lesbian characters, however, prevailing Korean attitudes constrained its potential to be widely viewed, even more so as the controversial themes targeted the teen demographic.
The film revolves around the relationship between two school students, Yoo Shi-eun and Min Hyo-shin. As the two become romantically involved, their taboo relationship causes them to be marginalized by the other students.
Unable to cope with the pressures of having a lover of the same gender. Meanwhile, large-bodied and super awkward sculpture student Um Hae-ju Jo Ahn suffers in part for her appearance and seemingly uncontrollable need to overeat, especially at the hands of bad-girl sculpture student Han Yoon-ji Park Ji-yeon.
If you truly desire something, you can count the steps as you climb and you will find a secret twenty-ninth step.
When the jealous Jin-sung discovers that Hae-ju made such a wish and lost a startling amount of weight, she climbs the steps too and, finding that twenty-ninth step, makes a wish that begins a dark chain of events. While Wishing Stairs does retain some of the observations about life in high school that the previous films made, I really liked how it was, at heart, an exploration of one of the challenges that friendships face, competition between the friends, and that this storyline carries through from the beginning through the end.
I also really appreciated that the film at first chose to keep the supernatural element limited.
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Even after they wished upon that twenty-ninth step, both Hae-ju and Jin-sung seem to find their wish granted by natural — if coincidental — means, giving a lot of power to the agency of the girls in getting what they want, albeit without knowing the costs.
It would have sufficed for her to have been an outcast for being a little crazy, or for her big body, however, when contrasted to the rest of the characters, who are largely on a more grounded plane of believability, Hae-ju simply jars. Furthermore, an opportunity to tie her story more closely to So-hee in terms of friendship and encouragement was lost, which would have amplified that theme in the film.
Like Memento Mori, it takes a sharp turn for the supernatural and without a truly meaningful grounding. And the character of Han Yoon-ji almost seems like an afterthought and is simply unnecessary.