Jun 19 2015
The Concubine 2012 – Korean 18+
The Concubine (Hangul: 후궁: 제왕의 첩; RR: Hugoong: Jewangui Chub; lit. “Royal Concubine: Concubine to the King”) is a 2012 South Korean historical film set in the Joseon Dynasty. It centers around Hwa-yeon (Jo Yeo-jeong), who decides to enter the royal palace as one of the king’s concubines in order to escape poverty, Kwon-yoo (Kim Min-joon), a man torn between love and revenge, and King Seong-won (Kim Dong-wook), who has his heart set on Hwa-yeon despite the countless women available to him. These three characters form a love triangle which is ruled by dangerous passion. The struggle to survive within the tight-spaced boundaries of the palace is intense, and only those who are strong enough to overcome the hell-like milieu can survive.  Wiki
Hot astress: Jo Yeo-jeong 조여정 As Hwa-yeon (화연)
Jo Yeo-jeong (Hangul: 조여정; born February 10, 1981) is a South Korean actress.
Actress Jo Yeo-jeong debuted as a CeCi Magazine cover girl at the age of 16, and made her TV debut in 1997. Despite appearing in drama series, music videos, and TV commercials afterwards, she remained obscure. During this period, she was also unhappy with the limited roles being offered to her.
Jo Yeo-jeong 조여정
Then Jo rose to the spotlight in 2010 by starring as the ambitious Joseon woman of low caste in the erotic period drama The Servant. The R-rated movie, which was a newly adapted and tragic version of Korea’s famous folktale The Story of Chunhyang, had been turned down by a few actresses because it contained too many sex scenes. Jo, however, took advantage of the opportunity and it turned out to be a huge stepping stone in her career. Upon the release of the film, Jo successfully escaped being “another pretty face” in Korea’s entertainment scene.
In 2011 Jo starred in hit cable series I Need Romance, a sexually frank and funny comedy about a group of single thirtysomething girlfriends navigating the dating scene in Seoul, which boasted stylish and slick production values.
Few would have expected her to star in another period drama that requires full nudity, as doing so may stigmatize her in Korea’s film industry ― where most young actresses still stay away from nude scenes as much as possible. Despite the collective concerns expressed by the local media outlets that she was “going nude too often,” in 2012 the actress chose another period thriller with explicit sex scenes. She had admired the work of director Kim Dae-seung and wanted to work with him, so after reading his latest script, she pursued to be cast in the unique and complex titular character of The Concubine. The film proved her fine taste in roles when, despite the hype, it was well-made and critically praised. Jo says that most of all, she wants to be seen as an adventurous and intriguing actress.
Jo next stars in the romantic comedy series Haeundae Lovers, in which she plays the bright and cheerful daughter of a Busan gangster, who falls in love with the amnesiac undercover prosecutor living with them. Wiki
South Korean actress Jo Yeo-jeong poses for photographs upon her arrival at the opening ceremony of the 15th Pusan International Film Festival in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, October 7, 2010
The Concubine 2012 – Korean 18+
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