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  • by ifrit1112  -  November 7, 2013 05:15 AM

    Koo Hye-seon chosen as the ambassador of Sydney International Film Festival

    ActressKoo Hye-seonhas been chosen as the promotional ambassador of the Sydney International Film Festival.Koo Hye-seonwill be leaving for Sydney on the 14th to the 24th.SIFF is a festival where movies from Hollywood, Korea, North Korea, China, Taiwan and other Asian counties as well as France, Engl…

  • by hansukj  -  September 23, 2013 10:27 AM

    The Busan International Film Festival tickets open today

    The 18th Busan International Film Festival ticket sales starts today.According to the Busan International Film Festival, tickets for the opening and closing ceremony will go on sale, starting today.Ticket sales of airing movies will start at 9 AM on the 26th and they will be available portal sites.T…

  • by robotman  -  September 7, 2013 01:36 PM

    Busan International Film Festival opens with 'Vara'

    Poster of the 18th Busan International Film FestivalThe program for the 18thBusan International Film Festivalwas unveiled recently. The ten-day festival will open with Vara: A Blessing by Bhutanese director Khyentse Norbu and close with Korean directorKim Dong-hyun's The Dinner.The opening film Vara…

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 Kang Soo Yeon's Career

Kang made her acting debut as a child actor in the 1970s. She acted in a number of low profile movies before making a breakthrough performance in the Im Kwon-taek directed 1986 movie, The Surrogate Woman for which she was honored with the Volpi Cup Best Actress award at the 1987 Venice International Film Festival and Best Actress Award at the Nantes International Film Festival. This was the first time a Korean actor has been given the award at the major film festival and at the time people did not even know that South Korea has a film industry.[1][2] Two years later, she again took the limelight by winning the Best Actress award at the Moscow International Film Festival for her role in the Im Kwon-taek directed 1989 Buddhist theme movie, Come, Come, Come Upward. In the movie, Kang played the role of Sun Nyog, a young student who sought refuge in the monastery to escape from her troubled home and study to become a nun, and later fell in love with the person who tried to take away her modesty.[3] Kang actually got her head shaved on-screen in the scene when Sun Nyog became a nun.[4][5] In the same year, she was invited to serve as a juror in the Tokyo International Film Festival.

In the 1990s, Kang appeared in a number of movies, the best known of which are Jang Sun-woo's acclaimed Road to the Racetrack which won her the Chunsa Film Art Awards and Blue Dragon Film Awards for Best Actress, the box office hit movie titled That Woman, That Man by Kim Ui-seok, Lee Myung-se's film about adultery titled Their Last Love Affair and Im Sang-soo's debut film Girls Night Out.[1] By the end of the 90s, she had acted in 32 movies and after her movie Rainbow Trout was released in 1999 winning her the Paeksang Arts Awards for Best Actress, she cut down her work in movies and took to acting in TV drama.[6][7] Kang was invited to be a juror in the 5th Pusan International Film Festival in the year 2000.[8]

In 2001, Kang starred in the popular 150 episodes TV Drama aired on SBS TV titled Ladies of the Palace (Yeo-in Cheon-ha). The TV drama managed to garner her new visibility among mainstream audiences.[1] Her performance in the TV Drama as Jung Nan-jung enabled her to win the Performance Award awarded by SBS TV.[9] After a brief hiatus from the movie scene, she make her comeback in the movie The Circle playing the role of an attorney. Kang has since then appeared in another movie titled Hanbando in 2006. In 2007, she make another foray into mainstream TV after a gap of six years by acting in the MBC TV Drama by the name of Moonhee. In the TV Drama, she played the role of a woman who is forced to leave her child she had when she was only eighteen and thus the TV Drama seeks to portray the travails of the woman's life.[10]

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 Kang Soo Yeon's Filmography

YearFilm
2007Moonhee (TV Drama)
2006Hanbando
2003The Circle (Seokkeul)
2001Ladies of the Palace (TV Drama)
1999Rainbow Trout
1998Girls' Night Out
1997Deep Sorrow
1997Black Jack
1996Their Last Love Affair
1995Go Alone Life a Rhino's Horn
1994Rosy Days
1993That Woman, That Man
1993Western Avenue
1991Blue in You
1991Road to the Racetrack
1991Berlin Report
1990What Falls Down Has a Wing
1989For Long After That
1989Come, Come, Come Upward
1989Potato
1988Karma
1988Miri, Mari, Uri, Duri
1987King Yonsan
1987Youth Sketch of Mimi and Cheolsu
1987Tohwa
1987The Surrogate Woman (Sibaji)
1987Potatoes
1987Now, We are Going to Geneva
1985Whale Hunting, Part II
1985W's Tragedy
1982The Two Tomboys
1979A Letter from the Heaven
1978Good Bye, Sorrow!
1978Where is My Mother?
1978A Chorus of Pigeons
1977Three Stars

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 Kang Soo Yeon's Awards

YearAwards
1987Venice International Film FestivalVolpi Cup Best Actress
1987Nantes International Film FestivalBest Actress
1989Moscow International Film FestivalBest Actress

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