Synonyms for shim_eun_kyung or Related words with shim_eun_kyung

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Examples of "shim_eun_kyung"
A South Korean adaptation titled "Cantabile Tomorrow" starring Joo Won and Shim Eun-kyung aired on KBS2 in 2014.
Shim Eun-kyung received Best New Actress nominations at the 47th Grand Bell Awards in 2010 and the 47th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2011.
Kia Motors in South Korea debuted the Morning in January 2017 with a series of TV commercials featuring actors Shim Eun-kyung, Park Jung-min, and Jin Kyung.
Shim Eun-kyung (born May 31, 1994) is a South Korean actress. She has starred in a number of films and television dramas, notably the box office hits "Sunny" (2011), "Miss Granny" (2014) and "Fabricated City" (2017).
Fabricated City () is a 2017 South Korean action crime film directed by Park Kwang-hyun and starring Ji Chang-wook, Shim Eun-kyung and Ahn Jae-hong. The film was released on February 9, 2017.
written and directed by Park In-je. It stars Choi Min-sik, Kwak Do-won, Shim Eun-kyung, Moon So-ri and Ra Mi-ran. The film will be released on April 26, 2017.
Cantabile Tomorrow (; lit. Nae-il's Cantabile) is a South Korean television series adapted from the Japanese manga "Nodame Cantabile" by Tomoko Ninomiya. Starring Joo Won and Shim Eun-kyung with Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo and Baek Yoon-sik, it aired on KBS2 from October 13 to December 2, 2014 for 16 episodes.
Seoul Station () is a South Korean animated zombie film written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Released on August 18, 2016, the film stars Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eun-kyung and Lee Joon in the lead roles. The film was shown at the 2016 Edinburgh International Film Festival.
He then cast Ryu Seung-ryong and Shim Eun-kyung as voice actors in his third animated feature, "Seoul Station" (2015). Yeon said he wanted to depict society's collective rage in a "simple, powerful way" by making a zombie film in which zombies are among people protesting for the democratization of Korea.
The story revolves around two main characters: Suk-gyu (voiced by Seung-ryong Ryu), a father who searches for his runaway daughter (Hye-Sun, voiced by Shim Eun-kyung), only to discover she has become a prostitute. Just as he is about to be reunited with her, a zombie epidemic breaks out in Seoul.
On 20 July 2015, Lee was cast historical film "Marital Harmony" with Shim Eun-kyung, which began filming on 9 September. The movie is the second installment in a planned trilogy by Jupiter Films after the box-office hit "The Face Reader" in 2013.
Miss Granny (; lit. "Suspicious Girl") is a 2014 South Korean comedy-drama film directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk. Na Moon-hee stars as a woman in her 70s who magically finds herself in the body of her 20-year-old self (Shim Eun-kyung) after having her picture taken at a mysterious photo studio. After opening in theaters on January 22, 2014, it became a huge box office hit, with 8.65 million tickets sold.
After visiting her mother, Na-mi passes a patient's room with the sign "Ha Chun-hwa," and thinks about her high school life. She asks her chauffeur to take her to the all-girls high school she attended in Seoul. As she walks toward the school, a high school girl bumps into her and apologizes respectfully. Shortly after, a second girl bumps into her, but she is not as courteous. She wears a bright, yellow sweater, in fact, all of the girls are now wearing colorful sweaters and bright pants, as the setting is now the 1980s with Na-mi (Shim Eun-kyung) as a teenager.
With his second directorial feature, Yim established himself as a genre filmmaker whose works explore the depths of horror and fantasy. Inspired by the titular fairy tale, in "Hansel and Gretel" (2007) a young man (Chun Jung-myung) gets lost in a forest and stumbles into a house inhabited by three strange children (Shim Eun-kyung, Eun Ji-won and Jin Ji-hee) who refuse to let him leave. It received a Special Mention at the 12th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in 2008 and won two awards at the 29th Fantasporto in 2009, the Special Jury Prize in the Fantasy competition and Best Film in the Orient Express sidebar.
In real life, Kwon Yoo (Ji Chang-wook) is unemployed, but in the virtual world he is recognized as a top gamer with no rival. While playing as usual at a local Internet café, Kwon Yoo is stunned to learn that he has become the prime suspect of a shocking crime: the rape and murder of a high school girl. The police arrest him, and he learns that he has been framed by a large corporation for the crime. With the help of fellow gamer Demolition (Ahn Jae-hong) and hacker Yeo-Wool (Shim Eun-kyung), he sets out to uncover the truth and clear his name.
A college student named Hee-jin (Nam Sang-mi) returns home when her 14-year-old sister So-jin (Shim Eun-kyung) goes missing. Her mother (Kim Bo-yeon), a fanatic churchgoer, resorts to prayer and refuses to work with the lazy police to find So-jin. Meanwhile, a neighbor commits suicide and leaves a will for So-jin, and Hee-jin hears rumors that her sister had been possessed. The whereabouts of So-jin become increasingly elusive and the dead neighbor begins appearing in Hee-jin's dreams.
When Hee-Joo (Shim Eun-Kyung) was 7-years-old her father was murdered. Her father worked as a detective and was working on a serial killer case. The killer, Ki-Bum (Kim Sung-Oh), was eventually arrested, but found guilty for only one murder. 15 years later, Ki-Bum is released from prison. Detective Dae-Young (Yoon Je-Moon) worked on the original case with Hee-Joo's father and he has not given up getting a murder conviction for his former partner. Meanwhile, Hee-Joo has waited patiently for Kim-Bum's release.
After being part of the ensemble cast of 2011 retro drama "Sunny" along with Shim Eun-kyung and Kang So-ra, Min played Cha Tae-hyun's love interest in the 2012 period comedy "The Grand Heist". Both were huge box office hits. In 2012, Min co-starred with Jo Sung-ha and Park Jin-young in "A Millionaire on the Run" (also known as "Five Million Dollar Man"). She next starred in "Twenty", a film that depicts the lives and loves of three male friends in their twenties.
In a significant departure from his previous films, Hwang's third feature "Miss Granny" (titled "Suspicious Girl" in Korean) focuses on a 74-year-old woman who regains the appearance of her 20-year-old self (played by Na Moon-hee and Shim Eun-kyung, respectively), in a movie that straddles comedy, family drama, music and romance. Hwang said at the 2014 film's press conference, "With "My Father" and "Silenced", I always seemed to be making social films with dark subject matter, but in reality, I am a fun person. This time I really wanted to make a happy and light film." Strong word of mouth propelled "Miss Granny" to the top of the box office chart, with more than 8.65 million admissions.
In early 2016, Minho extended his popularity as an actor. He was cast in several projects, including a new historical Korean drama entitled "", to be aired on December 19, 2016 on KBS2. His debut movie project titled "Canola", alongside Youn Yuh-jung and Kim Go-eun and directed by Yoon Hong-seung (pseudonym Director Changwhich), was filmed in 2015 and was released on the big screen May 2016. The second one is a supporting role in a film entitled "Marital Harmony", to be led by Lee Seung-gi and Shim Eun-kyung. The movie is the second installment in a planned trilogy by Jupiter Films after the 2013 box-office hit "The Face Reader". Minho was also featured in the music video for Romeo's third mini album. This was possible thanks to Minho's connection to Hwang Sung Wook, the CEO of Romeo’s agency CT Entertainment. The CEO worked as a manager for SM Entertainment for more than 10 years, spending part of that time as a manager for Minho's group Shinee. Choi is set to appear in the movie "DERAILED" (a.k.a. "NO WAY TO GO") alongside veteran actor Ma Dong-seok. The movie is directed by Lee Seong-tae and premiered at 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The movie will have its world premiere screening at the 21st Busan International Film Festival in October.