BIFF to show Song Joong-ki’s movie
In August, the movie director Jo Sung-hee secured an invite to the Toronto International Film Festival and screened under “Contemporary World Cinema.”
The love story between a reclusive girl and a werewolf was also invited to the Vancouver International Film Festival, where it screened under “Dragons & Tigers.”
The celebrated film starring Song will open in cinemas in Korea next month.
Song made his debut in 2008 in the movie “Ssang-hwa-jeom” (“A Frozen Flower”) and rose to fame last year in the role of the young King Sejong in the SBS drama “Deep Rooted Tree” and in “Penny Pinchers.”
Currently, the 27-year-old is starring in the drama “Innocent Man” alongside Park Si-yeon and Moon Chae-won. In the drama, Song plays an “innocent man” who becomes jaded when he takes the blame for his lover’s crime, only to find out that she betrayed him.
By Carla Sunwoo
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