Name: Choi Ji Woo Alias: Little rabbit (gets frightened easily)DOB: 11/6/1975Height: 174cm Weight: 50kg Blood Group: ASpeciality: Modern Dance Hobby: Chitchat Clothing preference: Feel comfortable Religion: Christianity When she started as an artist: 1994 (MBC, 23th Session)First Work: 1995 Favourite Actors: Overseas – Gwyneth Paltrow (lovable, talented and sexy)Korean – Shim Eun Ha (pretty and successful)Good friends: Ahn Jae Woon, Liu Zhi Yuan, Bae Yong Jun Childhood Dreams: Singer. Website: from ( TRUTHCAST: Ryu Shi Won, Choi Ji Woo, Park Sun Young, Son Ji Chang SYNOPSIS: Choi Ji Woo, Ryu Shi Won, and Park Sun Young, are out drinking.Later in the car, Park Sun Young is driving and she crashes into a person. Ryu Shi Won comes flying out of the back seat throught the window. But Park Sun Young wakes up and realizes what she did and switches Choi Ji Woo to the passenger's seat and tells the police in the hospital Choi Ji Woo was driving.After debuting in 2001 in his twenties, he is now moving towards his mid-thirties. If I look at how I looked at my debut, I feel I got a lot older.
Jeong does not help the matter by making him flip his eyeballs and fairly foam at the mouth in the overcooked climax, which does not quite sink the film but nonetheless brings it a notch and a half down in my estimation.
And it is Jin's choice to hint as opposed to bludgeon, that is so powerful here.
Popular Korean actress Choi Ji-woo has been dating Lee Jin-wook, her co-star in Air City, after filming the drama series in 2007.
The news was first exposed by Sports Seoul, and Choi’s agency later confirmed the relationship.
I've bowed at the Jeon Do-yeon altar in previous reviews, so I'll try to restrain myself, except to say that she thoroughly deserves the award, both for her stunning performance here and all the great work she has done in the past.
( Darcy Paquet ) Before the Summer Passes Away Perhaps it's because So-yeon took the same trip I did dating letters for her to attend the 11th edition of piff, from Seoul to Busan via the bullet train, and even stopped in at the same perfume/cologne store I did.
The eyelid surgery is the most common procedure that has been took by the Korean idol.
And for her case, many people said that her eyes looks so wide and big as you can see today.
(I hear she directed a very compelling short called "Apple" of which others speak highly.) But director Lee Jung-gook's half further demonstrates that his cinematic letters are ones I'd best leave unopened, if not have returned to sender. The film is slow-paced, taking time out to appreciate the vast expanse of space making this film perfect for the cinema, and leaving me disappointed that my only option for viewing it was my computer screen.