Shot in Seattle, Late Autumn was an English-language remake of the 1966 Lee Man-hee classic, in which Hyun played a man on the run who falls in love with a woman who is on special leave from prison (Chinese actress Tang Wei).
What a bombshell dating news to end the 2016 year, if this happens to be the last dating news to come out of K-ent from now until year end.
Hyun began choosing more eclectic projects, such as 2008's The World That They Live In, which was well-received for Noh Hee-kyung's writing.
He then starred in romance film I Am Happy, which was the closing film at the 2008 Busan International Film Festival.
Oh Geun-tae (JUNG Woo) is a country boy with a booming baritone who is discovered by aspiring singer-songwriter Lee Jang-hui (JIN Goo) and thrust into the bustling world of Seoul's iconic ... See full summary » Woo-jin wakes up in a different body everyday, regardless of age, gender and nationality.
Looking at a different face in the mirror every morning is hard for him to get used to.
He was working as a photographer at an advertising agency when a talent agent from Sidus HQ approached him about pursuing a career in entertainment.
Content at his present job and doubtful that he had any acting talent, Ji refused the offers for a year, but finally agreed when the ad agency downsized during the IMF financial crisis and he got laid off.
Mi-Soo (Han Hyo-Joo) is a doctor with a fiery spirit. See full summary » Soo-jeong has been dating with her boyfriend for 10 years, but their relationship isn't going so well.
Unfortunately, her fiery spirit gets the best of her one day at work. In the day of her business trip, she finds out that her friend is getting married with...
He had drawn positive reviews for his portrayal of a surgeon caught up in a love triangle with a priest in the melodrama Love Letter, but Ji's breakthrough came in late 2003 with period drama Dae Jang Geum (also known as Jewel in the Palace).