Although the film itself did not perform well, it gave Joo some publicity before he broke through with the box-office and critical hit Happy End.
His role as a spurned lover in this psycho-drama attracted considerable notice in Korea, and the film itself also traveled to Hong Kong.
Han Hyo Joo is a South Korean actress born in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk do on February 22, 1987.
Her father is an air force officer, and her mother is an elementary school teacher.
However from 2011 onward she chose to focus on her Movie career.
She is currently studying in Dongguk University in Korea, and is enrolled in the Acting Department Her hobbies are listening to music, watching movies, playing the piano, practicing songs, practicing her acting skills, and write essays.
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In 2005, Han Hyo-Ju received her first acting roles in the MBC sitcom “Nonstop 5” and the movie “My Boss, My Teacher”. In 2006 Han Hyo-Ju received her first leading role in the KBS2 drama “Spring Waltz”.
Although her father, conservative & strict, opposed her move to Seoul she was able to go forth with her wishes.
After high school, Han Hyo-Joo majored in theatre at Dongguk University.
After taking the lead in Kim Ki-duk's mildly experimental Real Fiction (which was shot in 3.5 hours without any retakes), Joo took a major role in the much-hyped Musa, set in 14th century China and starring Zhang Ziyi from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
After some films he had been cast in were cancelled due to lack of financing, Joo did the 2003 boxing drama Punch with Shin Min-ah, then returned to the big screen in 2004, in the comedy Liar based on the play Run for Your Wife by Ray Cooney.