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Go Soo, Bae Soo Bin and Han Hyo Joo to Attend BIFF

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2011.09.21 16:18 Mwave Lee, InKyung

The ‘BH Family’ Go Soo, Bae Soo Bin and Han Hyo Joo will be attending the 16th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), beginning with the opening ceremony to be held on October 6.

A rep from BH Entertainment stated, “The three plan to visit BIFF to promote their respective films. As they will be meeting their fans on the red carpet, they are already looking forward to the festival.”

Go Soo, Bae Soo Bin and Han Hyo Joo to Attend BIFF

Go Soo will be promoting his latest film, The Front Line, to be screened in the Korean Cinema Today Panorama Section. Go Soo showed off his matured skills in the film, and ended up earning the nickname, ‘Govid’ (Go Soo + Michelangelo’s David). He will be joining his fans for the screening, which will end in a Q&A session.

For Han Hyo Joo, this year’s BIFF is most likely the most special one yet. Her film, Always was selected as the opening piece for the festival. Han plans on watching Always with thousands of Busan fans.

Bae Soo Bin, though probably the least well-known celeb, will be attending the festival as a bonafide hallyu star.
Bae was cast as a lead in the Japanese film, The Man of White Porcelain, a film set in the days of Joseon’s Japanese colonization that tells the true story of Asakawa Takumi, a Japanese national who was enamored with Joseon’s white porecelain, baekja. Bae acted as Takumi’s partner, Chung Lim, who helped introduce the beauty of baekja and personified the culture and values of Joseon. The film will premiere next spring in both Japan and Korea.

The rep added, “It would have been great if Lee Byung Hun could have attended BIFF also, but he is currently busy with his Hollywood film G.I.Joe 2. He is working hard to stand strong as an actor who represents Korea in G.I.Joe 2 next year, so please look forward to it.”

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