Korean film “Late Autumn,” starring Hyun Bin and Chinese actress Tang Wei, will open in local theaters on November 25.
A press release from Lotte Entertainment revealed the date of director Kim Tae-yong’s movie about a coincidental meeting between a male gigolo named Hoon (Hyun Bin) and Anna (Tang Wei), who is in jail for murdering her abusive husband.
The movie was first released in 1966 by famed Korean filmmaker Lee Man-hee and it was re-made three times — into “Promise of the Body” in 1975, “Manchu” in 1982 and Japanese film “Promise” in 1972.
Born Kim Tae-pyung, Hyun Bin rose to stardom after his role in the smash MBC TV series “My Name is Kim Sam-soon” in 2005. He is currently working on the upcoming SBS drama “Secret Garden” alongside Ha Ji-won.
Tang Wei made her debut in 1998 in the movie “Chinese Female Football” and became an international star after starring as the heroine in the flick “Lust, Caution” in 2007.
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