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However despite (or perhaps because of) her long absence, she remains the undisputedly most popular actress of the last decade.In October 2005 she was married to a professor from Yonsei University, and at the time she re-affirmed that she will not return to acting.Therefore you may find the same person's name spelled in different ways, for example "Jang Jin-young" vs. The letter "iung" is silent and is followed by a vowel; note that the name "Lee" is actually pronounced "ee" or "yi" in Korean.(To learn more -- it's easier than you think -- visit this introduction to the Korean alphabet) Ahn Sung-ki (b.From 1999 until early 2003, however, Han took an extended leave of absence from filmmaking, only appearing occasionally on TV commercials.
As an adult, Ahn's filmography resembles a list of Korean cinema's greatest achievements.He made his debut back in 1957 in The Twilight Train, a film by cult director Kim Ki-young.Two years later he would win the Best Child Actor Award at the 1960 San Francisco International Film Festival for Teenagers' Rebellion, another film by Kim.First gaining wide notice in Lee Jang-ho's acclaimed Fine Windy Day and Im Kwon-taek's artistic breakthrough Mandala, he also starred in some of the biggest hits of the 1980s by Bae Chang-ho (Whale Hunting, Deep Blue Night, Our Joyful Young Days), and in debut works by acclaimed filmmakers Park Kwang-su (Chilsu and Mansu), Jang Sun-woo (The Age of Success) and Lee Myung-se (Gagman).In the 1990s he continued to take high-profile roles, such as Jung Ji-young's Vietnam War drama White Badge and the politically-themed North Korea's Southern Army, the smash hit Two Cops by Kang Woo-suk, Park Kwang-su's To the Starry Island, Im Kwon-taek's The Taebaek Mountains and Festival, Lee Kwang-mo's acclaimed Spring in My Hometown, and Lee Myung-Se's Nowhere to Hide.