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Miss our soldier? Would you like to get in touch with him during his military service? For sure, Sky would appreciate receiving your love, encouragement and support through your messages that he could read after a day of hard training!
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Korean actor Kang Ha Neul’s hard work in training as military police officer has paid off as he was promoted from “private” to “private first class”. The upgrade came on the 2nd half of December 2017 which was approximately two ... Read More »
Thank you, dear Sky for gifting kanghaneul.org with this exclusive autographed poster for the excellent movie, “Forgotten“!
Most of all, thank you for your brilliant performance where you have perfectly portrayed the anguished, troubled soul and broken heart of Jin ... Read More »
Back in 1997 Jin-seok (played by Kang Ha-neul) is a young man who leads a generally idyllic existence with his family. But lately, something seems off. It starts with the nightmares- these horrific, abstract images that feel familiar yet ... Read More »
Like a lot of South Korean foods, South Korean movies that achieve success in the US often have a few things in common. There’s a dark, psychological story (the grilled meat), graphic violence (the spicy side dish), ludicrous plot ... Read More »
Cast members of recent film ‘Forgotten’ made a surprise visit to fellow actor Kang Ha Neul’s army base.
On December 10, actor Moon Sung Keun posted a photo on his Twitter.
In the photo, fellow ‘Forgotten’ casts―actor Moon Sung Keun, Kim ... Read More »
The mystery thriller “Forgotten,” starring Kang Ha-neul and Kim Moo-yeol has drawn over 1 million viewers in the 12 days since its release.
The film revolves around the two stars who play brothers who are suspicious of each other after ... Read More »
Modern thrillers live or die by their twists, and while an unexpected and well-executed surprise can elevate a film from mundane to memorable, many filmmakers forget that it’s the journey there that counts. In his latest film Forgotten, director Chang ... Read More »
I am equal parts intrigued and terrified to watch this film. I love it when stories play with memory, and specifically how unreliable and subjective they can be, so while Forgotten looks like it would be right up my alley, the ... Read More »