Lee Je Hoon, Kwon Yul, Lee Ha Nee & More Actors Participate In Pictorial Celebrating 100 Years Of Korean Cinema
Happy 100 years Korean cinema!
Paying homage to the humble beginning and continuously progressing industry of South Korean films, 11 actors are set to grace the pages of Elle magazine.
Indeed, Korean cinema has come a long way. The recent Busan International Film Festival attests to the growing prominence of the industry that has been acknowledged worldwide.
Shot at the Chohyun Gallery in Haeundae, actors Kwon Yul, Kim Sung Gyu, David McGuiness, Uhm Jung Hwa, Lee Je Hoon, Jo Jin Woong and Cham Yo Han paraded their manly charms. At the same time, the undeniable brightness of actresses Lee Ha Nee, Choi Soo Young, Choi Won Young and Han Ye Ri dazzle.
As actors fawned by their followers, the 11 artists who gathered engaged in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere. Donning their unique charisma, the synergy effortlessly flows foŕ each of the actors distinct colors.
In the subsequent interviews, the artists relayed their love for Korean films and their passion for acting. Jo Jin Woong said, “I am proud to be a member of the film industry.” Adding to that, he expressed pride over the rich history of Korean films. Moreover, he hopes to work with wonderful directors and movies in the future.
Meanwhile, Uhm Jung Hwa went nostalgic remimiscing the past. “As we grew up watching Hollywood and Hong Kong movies, there was a time when I wondered if such a day would come when we can do that.” Looking back, Uhm remarked how after many people tried and made it, he is happy and proud when he sees people in the world know and love Korean films.
More photos and interviews of the 11 actors are available on the November issue of Elle and on its official website.
Source: Sports Chosun
Image Credit: Elle Korea | November 2019