The above names are indexed according to the Korean alphabet.
Korean names are generally not transcribed according to one agreed-upon system.
In Tell Me Something, her star power combined with Han Seok-kyu to create one of the most highly anticipated works in Korean film history (though most viewers ultimately expressed disappointment at the film's convoluted narrative).
The following year she appeared in Korea's first Dogme film Interview, which would end up being her last appearance.
Meanwhile Kang Woo-suk's big budget Silmido, in which he played a tough but loyal military trainer, became the first film ever to sell 10 million tickets in Korea.
Meanwhile Ryoo Seung-wan's Arahan (2004) presented Ahn with yet another new challenge: wire action.
Park (1996) Festival (1996) Eternal Empire (1995) The Taebaek Mountains (1994) To the Starry Island (1993) Two Cops (1993) The Blue In You (1992) White Badge (1992) The Dream (1990) North Korea's Southern Army (1990) Chilsu and Mansu (1988) Gagman (1988) The Age of Success (1988) Our Sweet Days of Youth (1987) A Wanderer in Winter (1986) Hwang Jin-yi (1986) Eunuch (1986) Deep Blue Night (1985) Eo-Woo-Dong (1985) Whale Hunting (1984) Warm Winter Was Gone (1984) Between the Knees (1984) People in a Slum (1982) Misty Village (1982) Mandala (1981) A Small Ball Shot by a Dwarf (1981) Fine Windy Day (1980) The Apron (1964) The Housemaid (1960) Teenagers' Rebellion (1959) The Twilight Train (1957) Shim Eun-ha (b.3, the hugely popular internet romance The Contact, Hur Jin-ho's classic Christmas in August, and the film that officially kicked off Korea's modern-day commercial boom, Kang Je-kyu's Swiri.At this time, Han was receiving a higher guaranteed salary for his films than any other actor (~0,000 in 1999).He made his debut back in 1957 in The Twilight Train, a film by cult director Kim Ki-young.Two years later he would win the Best Child Actor Award at the 1960 San Francisco International Film Festival for Teenagers' Rebellion, another film by Kim.