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Hwang Soo-jung

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Nationalité Coree du sud
Naissance 24 décembre 1972 (49 ans)

Hwang Soo-jung (Hangul: 황수정; born December 24, 1972) is a South Korean actress. After her acting debut in 1994, Hwang became famous for her role as the quiet and classic beauty Lady Ye-jin in the tremendously popular period drama series Hur Jun in 1999, which reached average ratings of 54%, and a peak rating of 63.7%. She claimed the two top honors at the MBC Drama Awards in 2000 for best actress and favorite actress.

However, in 2001, she was arrested on charges of taking methamphetamines (a stimulant also known as "philopon" or "ice"), with her live-in lover, a married man. She was sentenced to one year and six months in jail, but was released on bail after serving 78 days in 2002. The drug scandal tarnished her "pure" image; broadcasters and advertisers were quick to scrap contracts, and to dodge a public lynching in the media, Hwang withdrew from the public eye for five years.

In 2006, Hwang made her comeback by appearing in the music video "Because Love is Always Like That" by WAX, then resumed her acting career with a leading role in the 2007 TV drama Salt Doll. Though she never recovered the popularity she had once enjoyed, Hwang has since starred in the Hong Sang-soo film Night and Day (2008), the four-episode Drama Special For My Son (2011), and the omnibus movie In Between (2012).

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^ Han, Eun-jung (18 December 2006). "Once Bitten but Not Twice Shy: Disgraced Actresses Ready Comebacks on the Small Screen in 2007". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

^ Sung, So-young (18 November 2011). "Hwang Soo-jung back in spy role". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

^ "Actress Hwang Soo-jung Sues NHN for Defamation". The Chosun Ilbo. 10 September 2004. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

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^ "Hwang Soo-jung Is Back, Beautiful as Ever". The Chosun Ilbo. 11 December 2006. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

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^ "Big stars, small screens and a boom in musicals". Korea JoongAng Daily. 31 December 2006. Retrieved 2013-05-25.

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^ "Actress Hwang Returns to Movie". The Korea Times. 12 August 2009. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

^ Park, So-yeon (29 April 2010). "Hwang Soo-jeong to make big screen comeback this year". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-05-04.

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(1 films)
Kim Young-ho
Kim Young-ho
(1 films)
Boris Baum
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(1 films)
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Gi Ju-bong
(1 films)
Lee Sun-kyun
Lee Sun-kyun
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Night and Day, 2h25
Réalisé par Hong Sang-soo
Origine Coree du sud
Genres Drame, Comédie dramatique, Action
Thèmes Peinture, Sexualité
Acteurs Park Eun-hye, Hwang Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun, Gi Ju-bong, Sabine Crossen, Kim Young-ho
Rôle Han Seong-in, Seong-nam's wife
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Sung-nam, un jeune peintre coréen, doit, pour échapper à une arrestation fuir son pays. Il s'envole pour Paris et trouve refuge dans une pension du 14e arrondissement appartenant à un Coréen. D'abord un peu perdu dans ce pays qui lui est inconnu, et souffrant de l'absence de sa femme, il traîne dans les rues de Paris. Mais il s'acclimate progressivement à la vie occidentale et fait la connaissance de deux jeunes Coréennes : Hyun-ju et sa colocataire Yu-jeong, une étudiante aux Beaux-arts.