love YEH unnie in this pic!!
love YEH unnie in this pic!!
"I've designed the teaser posters for 'My Black Mini Dress'. There's a main poster I'm working on now~please look forward to it^^"
"Many of you are asking about the shoes in the 'My Black Mini Dress' teaser poster! ^^ You can purchase them at the shoes store 'La Collection' at the Galleria Department Store!!"
souce: tweet: http://twitpic.com/photos/kimsungil69
The trailer is just FABULOUS *_*, thanks
New poster (from Han Byul's Twitter)
Thought this should go here too (and bump the thread up), thanks to rsu618 for posting. Great write-up from Korea Times about My Black Mini Dress:
'It' actresses portray growing pains in chick flick
By Lee Hyo-won
Featuring four fashionistas strutting through the streets of Seoul, "Little Black Dress" seems like a Korean spinoff of "Sex and the City." But the makers say it's about growing pains that real women in their 20s can easily relate to.
Yoon Eun-hye, Park Han-byul, Yoo In-na and Cha Ye-ryun play disillusioned 24-year-olds who realize that, though they majored in theater and film at an elite university, life is not like a movie. The four best friends nevertheless persevere through mediocre jobs and failed auditions, but their strong bond is put to the test when one of them, Hye-ji (Park), becomes a celebrity.
Though the "it" actresses may appear to have little in common with their struggling characters, they say their early 20s were far from being rosy.
Yoo, who recently rose to stardom through the sitcom "High Kick Through the Roof" and TV soap "Secret Garden," said she deeply empathized with her character, an aspiring fashion designer: "When I was in college I was training to become an actress and graduating meant I would be continuing the process, so I actually felt nervous about graduating."
But for the actresses, the hardship continued after foraying into the entertainment scene. "I thought I would immediately become a star when I debuted, but I had to play minor roles for a long time," said Park, a familiar face through supporting roles and modeling projects.
"I was 16 when I became a singer, so I sorely felt how there were so many entertainers who were so much more talented and beautiful. I was also always in charge of doing the chores," said Yoon. The former member of the girl band Baby VOX is known for popular TV roles in "Princess Hours" and "Coffee Prince." "Little Black Dress" marks her return to the big screen after five years since the 2006 "The Legend of 7 Cutter."
"I always felt insufficient in terms of talent and looks. But this wasn't too bad since there was always room for improvement. My first film was virtually my first try at acting; thenI shot one TV series after another, so I've been hungry to be back on the big screen. But I felt doubtful about whether I could do well in a movie. I chose this film because the script depicted women's sensibilities so well, in such an entertaining way. I also thought I could only make such a movie in my 20s," said Yoon.
"It's a coming-of-age story about being 24, when you're feeling the most energetic yet confused. I wanted to make a story that people would still be able to relate to 10 years down the road," said director Huh In-moo, who is known for portraying delicate emotions in the romantic comedy "Love, So Divine" and tearjerker "Herb."
The film is based on the chick lit "My Black Mini Dress" by Kim Min-seo. The director said he interviewed many people in their early 20s for the film adaptation. "I felt a lot of frustration and competition among the interviewees, and was afraid the movie would be too depressing. I aimed for a lighter mood in the film, though not forgetting to include important aspects of the novel that women would empathize with."
Model-turned-actress Cha ("Muoi: The Legend of a Portrait") agreed, saying, "It was a pleasure making the movie with other actresses my age, and we've become really good friends. The film is a great opportunity to communicate messages that only women can."
Most appropriately for a promotional event, the starlets donned little black dresses. Cha and Yoon both appeared in strapless dresses with constructed details while Park opted for one with a colorful motif.
"The little black dress is something I'm sure all women own. It's like a lifesaver ? something that can never go wrong when you're in a hurry or dressing for formal occasions with vague dress codes," said Yoo, who wore a lacy number with black peep-toe platforms.
"Little Black Dress" opens in theaters on March 24. Distributed by CJ Entertainment.
Hankyung.com recently interviewed stylist Kim Sung Il, who is the creative director of 'My Black Mini Dress'.
Some of Kim Sung Il's past works include dramas 'Secret Garden (2011)' and 'Queen of Housewives (2009), and a movie 'Sayonara itsuka'.
As the creative director of 'My Black Mini Dress', stylist Kim Sung Il was asked to describe Yoon Eun Hye, Cha Ye Ryun, Park Han Byul, and Yoo In Na's style in the movie.
Kim Sung Il stated, "The movie 'My Black Mini Dress' will feature four ladies with four different colors of charm. Yoon Eun Hye, who has an indecisive personality in the movie will wear outfits based on the natural concept. Cha Ye Ryun, who is smart and great in school will carry the boyish look most of time. Park Han Byul, who becomes a star in the movie will appeal to the sexy concept. And as a daughter of a rich family, Yoo In Na will feature the romantic look.
Source: bntNews, Korea
Chungmuro, the girls are coming
Actresses in their 20s are heading for a shift in generation on Korean screens.
Last year, Chungmuro went through 'lead actress famine'. This year it's different. Yoon Eun-hye, Park Min-yeong, Lee Si-yeong, Kim Ji-won-I and other strongly characterized actresses have got the lead roles in movies for the first time since their debuts. Based on their popularity they gained so far, they are taking the next step and taking a challenge in movies.
Yoon Eun-hye, called the "romantic woman" in dramas, continues her lovely character in a movie. Coming this 24th, in "My Black Mini Dress" she plays a vain college girl in the Department of Theater and Film.
This is the second time she's in a movie after "The Legend of Seven Cutter" before she was popular in dramas. After her first screen debut, she succeeded in dramas like "Princess Hours" and "Coffee Prince" and whether or not she will succeed in this movie is a matter of issue.
Park Min-yeong, Lee Si-yeong and Kim Ji-won-I are also actresses looked forward to. The movies they are doing will be released one by one starting at the end of this month.
"Sungkyungwan Scandal" actress Park Min-yeong who rose to stardom, will haze to screens with lead role in horror flick "Cat". Due this June or July, "Cat" is about a girl who works in a pet store, meeting a mysterious cat and going through horror. Park Min-yeong, will lay out her various experience from sitcom to mellow and horror on the screens.
Lee Si-yoeug who is an amateur boxer will meet audiences in movie "Dangerous Meeting" this 31st. She was in movie "Descendants of Hong Gil-dong" in 2009 but this is the first time she has the lead role.
Kim Ji-won-I is still an unfamiliar rookie compared to those mentioned above. However, she let herself known through commercials and shows potential. Director Jang Jin had his eyes on her and put her in the movie "Romantic Heaven" due later this month.
Source : news.nate.com/view/20... ( Korean )
I just love how YEH's projects always generating an issue and making headlines No wonder she's become one of a few Korean highest paid actor
"MBMD supporting product, Snell Handwashing soup, Rumaka"
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from DC and yeh.cn
The making of MBMD video
Credit : hancinema.net
i wanna c this movie sooo badly!!! i think all of us should just meet up,,,get on a plane,,,fly to korea,,,and go c the movie!!! oh wishful thinking
A new Making-of Coming out!!
credit from : yeh.cn & hancinema.net (http://www.hancinema.net/korean_movie_My_Black_Mini_Dress.php)
My Black Minidress OST-마.블.미 (마이 블랙 미니드레스)sang by: Yoon Eun Hye 윤은혜, Park Han Byul 박한별, Cha Ye Ryun 차예련, Yoo In Na 유인나
I got this from omonatheydidnt:
They're going to be showing this at CGV Cinemas in LA starting from April 22,2011 with English Subtitles
^ if that's true my gosh you people in LA are lucky!!
r u serious? only in LA? i swear if it also open at my place, ill buy ticker for all my family, my friends, neighbor to go watch it....gog, i so want to watch the movie
HUH! I will be in LA May 14 to May 29 I will definetly go to watch the movie Great news
my black mini dress OST recording
MovieWeek....i wonder what does that mean?
i think these scene is when Yoo In Na goes study abroad...