The opening ceremony of ‘Cine France’, which will form a new avenue of collaboration between the French Institute in Seoul and the artistic film theater Art Nine, was held on April 2nd. A number of big names in film and other cultural domains attended the event. Among the guests were the French ambassador in Korea Jerome PASQUIER, the honorary director of the Busan International Film Festival KIM Dong-ho, the film director CHUNG Ji-young and actors AHN Sung-ki and PARK Hee-bon. Tickets for the opening film Populaire were sold out.
Following its successful opening, Cine Frane will continue for a year by screening a variety of French films at 8 O’clock on every Tuesday at Art Nine. The Chef (2012), a comic cuisine drama starring Jean RENO will screen on April 9th, followed by Chicken with Plums (2011), a unique animation on 16th, A Happy Event (2011) on 23rd and Rust & Bone (2012), which was officially invited to the Cannes Film Festival last year, on the 30th.
The flowers are starting to bloom and it seems that actor Lee Min Ho is feeling the spring fever.
On April 6, Lee Min Ho wrote on his personal Twitter account, “Listen to music. I’m listening to K.Will’s “Love Blossom” right now and it makes me feel like I am walking among flowers. Sweet dreams!”
It seems Lee Min Ho tweeted this in response to a fan who wrote to him, “I can’t sleep. What should I do?”
Lee Min Ho isn’t the only celebrity who is a fan of “Love Blossom.” “Flower Boy” model Ahn Jae Hyun also wrote, “K.Will’s new song ‘Love Blossom’ came out. Please listen to it often. Also, I wish Dasom a lot of happiness. In Guk, let’s go to a theme park too,” referring to the theme park date scene between Infinite’s L and Sistar’s Dasom in the music video.
In related news, Lee Min Ho will be starring with Park Shin Hye in a new drama due to air later this year called “Heirs,” which will be written by the writer who wrote, “Secret Garden” and “A Gentleman’s Dignity.”
You can also listen to K.Will’s “Love Blossom” here:
Source & Credit: soompi