Actor Song Kang-ho, who won the Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival for
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The two films that shined at the Cannes Film Festival will be available in domestic theaters next month.
Correspondent Han Seong-hee.
Actor Song Kang-ho, who returned to Korea with his colleagues from the movie 'Broker', expressed his gratitude to Korean movie fans.
[Song Kang-ho/Actor: I wonder if it would have been possible without love and support.
Thank you once again to the movie fans who love Korean movies.]
When the Cannes Best Actor trophy was pulled out, cheers erupted.
Director Park Chan-wook, who won the Best Director award for the movie 'Decision to break up', wittyly said that the film was not boring just because it was awarded at the Cannes Film Festival, where the artistry was highly praised.
[Park Chan-wook/Film Director: (The movie 'Decision to break up') is a little concerned that the impression will be made as an art film far from the public.
I would appreciate it if you could throw away such prejudice.]
The movie fans promised their unchanging support in the future.
[Son Joo-Won/Movie Fan: We also always evaluate movies from a high level (level) and say good things are good, and we will continue to cheer for them, so I hope they produce a lot of good content.]
[Song Ji-Won/Movie fan: ((Suspicious) two The movie will be released in Korea soon, are you willing to see it?) Of course you should.
I cheer for you.]
'The Broker', starring Kang-ho Song, will be released on the 8th of next month, and 'The Decision to Break Up' directed by Park Chan-wook will be released on the 29th of next month.
Actor Song Kang-ho and the film 'Broker' crew will start their march to promote the movie, starting with the media distribution preview held tomorrow at Yongsan CGV in Seoul.
The 'decision to break up' team will also take the first step in their domestic schedule with a production report on the 2nd of next month.
The two award-winning films from Cannes are expected to revitalize the rapidly recovering domestic film market, with the Korean film 'Crime City 2' surpassing 6 million viewers for the first time among films released this year.
(Video shooting: Jeong Seong-hwa, video editing: Kim Jong-mi, CG: Lee Jong-jeong, screen provided: Cannes Film Festival Brut.)Keywords: