[INFO] FINECUT to introduce ‘Sea Fog’ at European Film Market (EFM) 2014 in Berlin

Note: FINECUT is a film company based in Seoul, Korea, specializing in international sales, marketing, production, financing and acquisition.
‘Sea Fog’ will be introduced at EFM 2014 (6~14 February) in Berlin as an upcoming release.


Based on true events, the story is about a large 69-ton fishing boat’s crew as they attempt to smuggle in illegal migrants in order to keep their fishing jobs. But their plan goes wrong when they meet a tragic accident while transporting the thirty or so illegal migrants on the ship amid a heavy sea fog. And amid the chaos, the youngest crew Dong-sik tries to protect a young female migrant who he falls in love with against the crazed Captain Kang and other crew members.

Director’s Comment
Based on a true event that took place in Yeosu, 2001, HAEMOO is a combination genre film that fuses crime thriller and melodrama. Ordinary fishermen face moments of hell as they take on the role of smuggling illegal Korean-Chinese migrants. Stuck in thick sea fog, I wanted to portray the innocence and personal sacrificial love that rise from clashing of this generation’s pain, human desire, human desire and morality in a moment of grave adversity.


KIM Yoon-seok Captain Kang, captain of Junjin, in his 40s
PARK Yu-chun Dong-sik, junior sailor in his 20s
HAN Ye-ri Hong-mae


Director SHIM Sung-bo
Executive Producer BONG Joon-ho
Producer BONG Joon-ho, CHO Neung-yeon, Lewis Taewan KIM
Screenplay SHIM Sung-bo, BONG Joon-ho
Cinematographer HONG Kyung-pyo
Lighting Director KIM Chang-ho
Editor KIM Sang-bum, KIM Jae-bum
Production Designer LEE Ha-jun
Make-up HWANG Hyeon-kyu
Wardrobe CHOI Se-yeon
Sound LIVETONE(CHOI Tae-young)

Technical Info

Production Year 2014
Country of Production Korea
Language Korean
Color Color
Sound 5.1
Production Budget US 10.0 M

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[News] 121202 Junsu Successfully Concludes World Tour in Germany

[News] 121202 Junsu Successfully Concludes World Tour in Germany

From his singing to his dancing, everything about XIA Junsu enchanted people in Germany.

JYJ Junsu

JYJ Junsu

From his singing to his dancing, everything about XIA Junsu enchanted people in Germany.

In a total of 12 different cities, Junsu performed 13 times in front approximately 53,800 people for the world tour. The finale of the world tour took place at the Turbinenhalle in Oberhausen, Germany on the 30th of November. It is Junsu’s second time performing in Germany after JYJ’s performance in Berlin. It was the first time an Asian performer appeared at the location.

World-famous bands like Korn, Motor Head, Stone Sour and Caliban have performed at the Turbinenhalle prior to Junsu’s appearance.

The chilling cold was unnoticed by 1,800 fans who heated up the building. The fans showed up at the location hours before the start of the concert and danced along to Junsu’s music and compared their hand-made posters while waiting to enter.

When the concert finally began, all of the fans stood up from their seats and began to dance along. Junsu showed his gratitude for his fans by placing all of his energy into his performances.

During the concert, Junsu performed a total of 17 songs, 11 songs from his official first album and songs from musicals. The concert began with “Breath”, followed by “No Gain”, “Lullaby”, “Intoxication”, “Set Me Free” and more.

The English single Uncommitted was also a special gift. Another song included, “You are so Beautiful”, an OST from a drama as well as songs like, “Last Dance” from the musical “Elizabeth” and more.

For 2 hours, Junsu showed off everything he learned from touring the world on his own and left a lasting impression to the people in the audience. With his strong vocals and sexy dance moves, people just couldn’t get enough.

When his title song “Tarantallegra” began to play, the crowd went wild with outbursts of screams and danced along with him throughout the whole song.

There was a special moment in the middle of the concert where Junsu gave his fans three wishes. One 18-year-old fan from Turkey wished to dance on stage with Junsu. The young fan revealed that he had learned the moves to “Tarantallegra” by watching a video online and was unable to hide his excitement. Junsu was also very grateful for the fan who had learned all of his choreography.

Even after the concert had ended, fans continued to applaud and didn’t want to leave the building. Junsu even went down from the stage to bow to his fans to show his gratitude.

When he completed his concert, Junsu stated, “Thank you for the fans who came from all over the world to see my concert. You have shown me hope and allowed me to start another dream. I will cherish all the applause and tears I have received from 12 different cities and make sure to repay all of you.”

It was a moment that made everybody curious about how far Junsu will be able to go in the future.

Meanwhile, Junsu released his first official solo album Tarantallegra last May and began to travel to cities in places like Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Shanghai, Hong Kong, New York, Mexico and more.

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[Trans] 121201 JYJ Twitter Update‏

[Trans] 121201 JYJ Twitter Update‏

Welcome the return of Jaejoong on Twitterverse~

Junsu: thanks every one…^^ pic.twitter.com/x7NBGGpv

Bruce Automatic: @1215thexiahtic Hey brother! Have a great show in Germany! They are going to love you there! Rock on!!

Junsu: @BruceAutomatic thank you everyday!!!!

Jaejoong (@bornfreeonekiss): Start!

Jaejoong: Those who anticipated my return to Twitter… there were really many… Therefore I shall return once again through this way. As a commemorative for the returning, here’s a sleeping JJ for everyone.. pic.twitter.com/3kThtfwr

Jaejoong: Now, smile away~ ^^ pic.twitter.com/GHhxxx63

Junsu: i love germany~♡ pic.twitter.com/NJIEmDV0

Junsu: @bornfreeonekiss yo!!!!!!!!!

Jaejoong: @1215thexiahtic yo~^^jjun

Jaejoong: It’s been a while, ‘JIJI’ pic.twitter.com/mGioUAD7

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[Trans] 121129~121130 Junsu and CoffeeCojjee Twitter Updates

[Trans] 121129~121130 Junsu and CoffeeCojjee Twitter Updates

Coffee Cojjee (@coffeecojjee1): D-day 1 pic.twitter.com/1MNLIQLd

Junsu: Walked and walked… Walked and walked… pic.twitter.com/VKW9T1pq

Junsu: For the concert in December… I walked while making confirmation… What am I listening to? ^^ pic.twitter.com/IGhRlNhk

Junsu: The answer is.. ‘Can You Hear Me?’…. ^^ pic.twitter.com/3HIF59t8

Junsu: It’s been a while since I’ve strolled. Listening to the new piano arrangement while walked… ‘Can You Hear Me’, I softly sang. Even though it’s been so long, I can still remember all the lyrics. Looking at that bright sun, lowering my head while gazing at it emotionally, no matter when… Ah… such a good song… ^^ pic.twitter.com/IBeKhJKh

Junsu: It was shaking, keke. pic.twitter.com/u2VvbOQA

Junsu: It is filled with Christmas feel already… ^^ pic.twitter.com/fbeWH0Wl


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121102 From JYJ (Eng Sub)

121102 From JYJ (eng sub)

Yeah!!!  My Duckie is laughing as only he can. So cute!!!This brings me joy, Boyos. I love you all and please take care of yourselves  🙂

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[Info] 121102 Kim Junsu Europe(Germany) Concert Ticket Information

[Info] 121102 Kim Junsu Europe(Germany) Concert Ticket Information

Date : 2012. 11. 30. (8p.m.)
City : Oberhausen
Venue : Turbinenhalle
Ticket Purchase
Online : http://www.konticket.de/
Offline :
Shop in Munich
Neo Tokyo GmbH
Haimhauserstr. 3
80802 Munich, Germany
Tel.: +49 89 346 986

Shop in Berlin
Neo Tokyo GmbH
Schoenhauser Allee 188
10119 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 30 5471 3377

Ticket Open
Online : 2012. 11. 2. 6:00 p.m. (Local Time)
Offline : 2012. 11. 2. 6:00 p.m. (Local Time)

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[NEWS] JYJ’s Junsu Will Hold the Last Concert of His World Tour in Germany

[NEWS] JYJ’s Junsu Will Hold the Last Concert of His World Tour in Germany

JYJ’s Junsu will finish his world tour in Germany.

C-jes Entertainment, Junsu’s agency, reported, “Junsu will hold the last concert of his world tour in Oberhausen, Germany, on November 30. He’s the first Korean solo singer to tour Asia, North and South American, and Europe, holding concerts. This tour will set a new record in the history of the music industry in Korea.”

Junsu will hold a concert at the Turbinenhalle Oberhausen on November 30. He’s currently receiving a lot of attention as the first Asian singer to hold a concert at the Turbinenhalle Oberhausen.

Releasing the first solo album in May, Junsu toured Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, China, and Hong Kong for concerts, starting in Seoul. He also held concerts in such cities as New York and Mexico City.

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JYJ′s Park Yoochun Blows Away The Heat at Blacksmith Fansigning

JYJ′s Park Yoochun Blows Away The Heat at Blacksmith Fansigning

Park Yoo Chun held a fansigning event in the sweltering heat for Blacksmith, the restaurant chain he models for.

On July 26, the official Twitter account of the restaurant Blacksmith uploaded photos from Park Yoo Chun’s fansigning for the restaurant, saying, ‘Hello, everyone. We’re here at the fansigning for Park Yoo Chun at Blacksmith Jamsil Shincheon. I don’t think we’ll forget Park Yoo Chun’s handsome face. We’re looking forward to your future activities!’

The photos show Park Yoo Chun smiling broadly in front of his fans.
According to a rep who had been at the scene, about 3,000 fans had gathered by 3 p.m. this day for the event, and some had even come earlier to see the star. The crowd included not only Korean fans, but Japanese, Chinese and some fans from as far away as Germany.

Park Yoo Chun said, “It was great to meet with fans after a long while. Thank you for coming out despite the heat. I received a lot of positive energy.”

Netizens who saw the photo left comments such as, ‘His hair grew a lot’, ‘It’s great to see him smile’, ‘The heat’s nothing to us if we can just see Yoo Chun’ and ‘When’s the next fansigning?’

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[News] 120710 JYJ’s Junsu Tops the Asian Music Chart in Germany with “Tarantallegra

[News] 120710 JYJ’s Junsu tops the Asian Music Chart in Germany with “Tarantallegra”

JYJ’s Junsu (XIA) recently topped the Asian Music Chart in Germany with his solo song, “Tarantallegra.”

On July 10, C-jes Entertainment, Junsu’s agency, reported Junsu ranked first on the monthly Asian Music Chart in Germany, which was updated recently, with the lead track of his solo album, “Tarantallegra.”

Big Bang ranked second and B.A.P ranked third. Junsu also proved his worldwide popularity as he ranked first on the iTunes Chart in Japan, tenth on the Billboard’s World Albums Chart, and first on the monthly Music Video Chart of a Chinese site last month.

Junsu is currently having a concert tour in Asia. Starting in Seoul in May, he went to Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, and China, attracting over 30,000 audiences.

A spokesperson for Junsu says, “JYJ became very popular after they had their exclusive concert in Berlin, Germany. They were the first Korean singing group to hold a concert there. Junsu is also very popular in Europe as a leading character of Mozart and Elizabeth, the famous German musicals.”

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[Trans] 111107 “JYJ With Tracksuits On vs Fans In Wheelchairs” … The 1mm Outside The Stage

[Trans] 111107 “JYJ With Tracksuits On vs Fans In Wheelchairs” … The 1mm Outside The Stage

 “JYJ in Berlin, what’s the hidden 1mm?”

The last concert of the ’2011 JYJ World Tour’ was held on the 6th of November at Berlin’s Tempodrom. JYJ became the first Korean singers to hold a solo concert there. On that day, 2,800 fans from all over the world, including Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland and Russia, gathered for the performance.

When we met JYJ during their rehearsal, they looked so natural(?). In tracksuits and with no make up on. Watching them dance and sing with ease was quite a different sight to see from their usual concert performances. The audience was quite unusual as well with flags of European countries fluttering in the wind. There was also an abundance of witty Korean placards. Not even disabilities could stop the fans. One of the greatest hidden sights at the concert was watching a fan in a wheelchair, enjoying herself and cheering with enthusiasm.

We’ve put together the unusual sights, the ’1mm’, of Berlin, Germany that we saw for ourselves.

◆ “JYJ in tracksuits, rehearsing like it’s the real deal”

While rehearsing before the beginning of the concert, JYJ looked completely different from what they usually look like on stage. With no make up on, hair unstyled and in comfortable track pants and t-shirts. Their look was so natural and one that we don’t get to see often. Though they wore comfortable clothes, they made sure to check every aspect of their performance. Junsu even made sure to check over the volume of the sound systems. Yoochun and Jaejoong went over every move and conversed with the staff members.

◆ “Korean? Ok! Eu Kyang Kyang! Let’s laugh together”

There were a lot of witty Korean placards at the concert. Though it was an unfamiliar language to them, the fans even used internet lingo as they wrote, “It’s OK, let’s laugh together. Eu Kyang Kyang.” There were others who had witty phrases on their placards like “Jaejoong, I’ll Protect You”. Some fans even wrote their names in Korean on their placards for JYJ to see and most seemed to be quite comfortable with ‘Korean’.

◆ “From France to Greece, the flags of the world are all here”

They’ve even transcended nationalities. Fans from all over Europe gathered for JYJ’s Berlin concert. You could tell by the flags that were on display. From up close, we could see various flags of Europe representing countries such as France, Greece, Poland and Italy. Even Asian fans were waving their flags from countries such as China, Japan, and Thailand. It was an interesting sight to behold as we could see K-pop’s global influence.

◆ “Fans in wheelchairs, disabilities aren’t a problem”

Not even disabilities can hinder them. We caught glimpses of a fan with physical disabilities at JYJ’s Berlin concert. She was in a wheelchair and had a tube connected to her throat. But she was more passionate than anyone when it came to cheering for JYJ. She wore red, the color of JYJ, from head to toe. Moving her arms left to right, she sang along to the Korean songs. Her disability was nothing but a disability. It didn’t stop her from showing her enthusiasm


◆ “Carefree European fans, Shake it!”

It felt like a club. That was how carefree the European fans were. When JYJ danced, so did they. They waved their arms from left to right, and jumped to the beat of the music. They danced for the entire two-hour concert and didn’t stop. They were quite different from the slightly passive(?) Korean fans who just wave their glowsticks. With the fans expressing their emotions through their body movements, the atmosphere inside the concert was hotter than ever.

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111111 [TRANS] from 111107 “The Ability To Survive On Their Own, We Caught A Peek Of That Possibility”… JYJ And The Hope That Was Found In Germany

[TRANS] 111107 “The Ability To Survive On Their Own, We Caught A Peek Of That Possibility”… JYJ And The Hope That Was Found In Germany
Posted on November 11, 2011

Three members walked onto a dark stage. The concert venue was filled with the hum of people talking before it was suddenly swamped by the screams of female fans. Stable vocal skills and extravagant performances. You could properly feel the popularity of K-pop that had spread to Europe.

The ’2011 JYJ World Tour’ concert was held at the TEMPODROM in Berlin, Germany on the 6th of November. This day’s performance was the final destination of JYJ’s world tour that spanned over thirteen cities in the three continents of Asia, North America and Europe in locations such as Taiwan, Thailand, New Jersey, Vancouver and Spain.

This was the first time that any Korean singer had held a solo concert on German soil. The 2,800 fans who had gathered for the concert from all over Europe were seen milling about around the concert venue four hours before the concert even began. They showcased their passion for JYJ with Korean placards, fans and glowsticks.

JYJ were more energetic than ever as well. They dominated the stage as they ran around it non-stop. Waving their arms from left to right, they poured their passion out for their fans to see. Showcasing live skills that didn’t falter, even with intense dance moves, JYJ’s varied repertoire from drama OSTs to solo performances lit up that night in ‘Germany’.

◆”An impressive beginning, letting the world know who JYJ are”

The concert began with a video of JYJ’s new song ‘In Heaven’. JYJ, who walked on stage amidst the screams and shouts of their fans, kicked off the concert with a rendition of ‘Empty’, a dance track from their English album. After the enthusiastic first performance, the members gave their first greeting as they said, “We’re happy to be meeting with our Berlin fans.”

The exciting stage continued with JYJ rotating between their English and Korean albums as they sang ‘Ayyy Girl’, ‘Pierrot’ and ‘Be My Girl’. Even with quiet an intense set of dance moves, the members’ stable harmony and high notes stood out. The three members of JYJ were in harmony.

The solo performances were repertoires that left one with quiet an impression. Yoochun performed and was followed by Jaejoong and Junsu. The three members captivated the hearts of their female fans with Yoochun pulling of a heated rendition of ‘I LOVE YOU’ with female dancers, Jaejoong singing ‘I’ll Protect You’ and Junsu singing ‘You are so beautiful’.

◆”Their hit songs lead synchronized chants from European fans”

The excitement in the atmosphere kept growing as time went by. When ‘Found You’, a OST piece from the drama ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’, began playing, the fans’ screams reached their peak. Though it was an unfamiliar song in Korean, we got the opportunity to see the fans in the crowd sing along in synchronized chants (called ‘떼창 or ‘Ddae Chang’) with perfect pronunciations.

This song was followed by ‘Be the One’, ‘Fallen Leaves’ and ‘Mission’. The members were seen drawing out a response from the crowd as they passionately ran around the stage and made eye contact with their fans. However, we were slightly disappointed by the problem in the sound system during ‘Fallen Leaves’, which meant that we couldn’t hear Yoochun’s voice.

Last of all, JYJ sang ‘In Heaven’, the title song of their first Korean album, and let their fans know that the concert had come to an end. To this, fans shouted “I love you”, and “Don’t go” in Korean. JYJ catered to their fans’ wants by performing an encore piece, looking as though they were promising that there would be a ‘next time’.

◆”Europe’s fans cried and laughed for two hours”

The support from fans was passionate. The stage continued on for approximately two hours and the crowd was lit up by glowsticks of red, the color of JYJ. The group was also met with a flood of camera flashes. The fans, who filled almost all the seats from the first to the third floor, continued to show their support for the entire duration of the concert, long though it was, and showed just how excited they were.

Though these were unfamiliar Korean singers, the way the fans showed their support was the same as in Korea. They chanted the members’ names in between verses of songs and sometimes sang along in synchronized chants. Though they had different nationalities, faces and skin colors, their way of cheering for their favorite stars was no different from that of Korean fans. The shouts and screams sounded louder because it was a small-scale venue.

They had their own way of enjoying themselves. During exciting dance performances, they danced along with JYJ. When a ballad was being sung, they waved their hands from left to right and got lost in their emotions. When JYJ jumped, so did their fans and when JYJ danced, so did their fans. It was a time to enjoy the free atmosphere and the Europeans’ passionate concert culture.

◆”Early morning tent pitchers show their enthusiasm at night too”

Approximately 2,800 fans gathered for the concert. Dispatch checked and saw that around 2,00 seats were empty in the 3,000-seat concert venue. A representative of C-JeS Entertainment who we met in Berlin explained, “2,800 fans attended the concert. 120 of those tickets were VIP tickets that were distributed.”

But the fans’ enthusiasm could be felt, even the day before the concert. Some fans came and stood in line from the night of the 5th. Josethine(23), a female college student, stated, “You have to take this ticket and exchange it for a seat number on the day of the concert. You can’t help but wait in line from the night before to get a good seat.”

A hundred or so fans gathered at ‘Potsdam Square’, a famous tourist spot in Berlin, to practice on their fan chants. 21-year-old Michaela said, “We came here to practice the cheering moves and chants of Korean fans,” and “Though Korean is difficult, I kept practicing and now it flows from lips so easily.”

◆”JYJ, a chance to confirm their chances of surviving on their own”

Through their Berlin concert, JYJ became the first Korean singers to hold a solo concert in Berlin. More than 70% of the fans who attended the concert were not Asian with most being fans who had come from all over Europe. The rest were Japanese, Thai and Taiwanese fans, as well as some Koreans who are currently residing in Germany.

The people who drew our attention the most were the disabled persons who attended the concert in wheelchairs. It was great to see them enjoying the music, regardless of their ailing bodies. Also, there were many families who came together, with children holding on to their parents’ hands. It was a moment to witness K-pop’s growing influence.

The response for the concert can be determined by the sales made on MD products. More JYJ related goods, such as t-shirts or necklaces, were sold after the concert than before it. Most fans left saying, ‘I feel satisfied with the concert’ while many of them were seen waiting in front of JYJ’s car. They looked like they didn’t want to accept that the concert had ended.

JYJ’s Berlin concert was more about ‘hope’ than ‘size’. Though it was a small-scale concert with only 3,000 seats available, there was more passion and enthusiasm there than anywhere else. It was also a moment that proved that JYJ could survive on their own as they received support from their fans, regardless of race, skin color or age. 

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111107 JYJ Berlin Concert 6.11.2011 Parts 1– 13

JYJ did beautifully in Europe. These videos from the Berlin, Germany concert are beautiful. Thank You. Momma Cha

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

Part Seven

Part Eight

Part Nine

Part Ten

Part Eleven

Part Twelve

Part Thirteen

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