Sung Yu-ri (성유리) is a South Korean singer and actress, and a former member of the girl group Fin.K.L. Sung first appeared in the miniseries "Bad Girls" which earned her the "Best New Actress" award. She followed it up with the popular series "Thousand Years Of Love" in which she portrayed both a current woman and an ancient princess. In addition to her dramatic work, she has also co-hosted an entertainment show in 2004 and has been a catalogue model for various companies. Although she briefly returned to music for the Fin.K.L digital single in late 2005, she has returned to acting. In 2006 she played the lead role in two dramas, One Fine Day and Snow Queen in which she won high praises and awards for. Sung, like all of her Fin.K.L group members, has left DSPent; she is now with Kingkong Entertainment after leaving SidusHQ, suggesting a choice of a permanent acting career and a challenge for acting skill. The daughter of a prominent professor of theology at the Presbyterian ... Show more...
As: Go Yeong-jae
All he has is smell and a D-line body but is devoted in catching the bad guys. Detective Cha (Kang Ji-hwan) takes the cover of a model on a runway to solve a case.
Runtime: 110 min.
Directed by: Shin Tae-Ra
As: May/Lee Won-sun
This film is a story of May and En-seol. May returns to Seoul looking for her birth mother after 23 years of life as a Korean-American adoptee. En-seol is a taxi driver suffering from a rare cardiac disease. Following their chance encounter at the airport, they come to help each other, also by chance.
Runtime: 101 min.
Directed by: Joo Ji-hong
All around the world, musicians and rock stars are being elected to their respective countries' highest offices. Paul McCartney is running for Prime Minister of England; Madonna's being tapped as the VP in the United States. The current prime minister and head of the army in Korea are disturbed by this trend, and concoct Emergency Order 19 to deal with the problem: ban all music. The film is ...
Runtime: 107 min.
Directed by: Kim Tae-gyu