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While American audiences may not be familiar with Lee, the popular South Korean actor is famous in his native country as a successful film and TV star. The actor put his name on the map when he starred in Chan Wook Park's highly-successful JSA (Joint Security Area), a film about clandestine meetings between North and South Koreans in Korea's DMZ. In addition to a number of television dramas, Lee recently starred in the action packed so-called Kimchi Western The Good, The Bad, The Weird in which Lee plays a highly capable, and once-again diabolical, assassin.
A cool mist continuously fell from the sky and the fallen water would collect in the forks of trees like tiny ponds. Around these miniature watering holes small multi-colored birds gathered to drink bathe and covert observation preen their feathers.
So why Korean stars? In a recent article, The Hollywood Reporter mused that the recent decision to include Asian pop icons such as Lee and Korean singer Rain may be an effort to rope in larger audiences abroad in Asia. While this line of thought is certainly sound, the inclusion of these foreign stars may also within plump up film attendance domestically as there are over a million and a half Koreans living in the U.S. While this is a small percentage of the U.S. population, it still suggests that we shouldn't just look at this in terms of foreign markets. Putting famous Korean actors in small roles in films will bring in a new audience while in no way detracting from the film's overall marketability.