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Sohee Park is a Actor Japonais born on 19 december 1975 at Jōetsu (Japon)

Sohee Park

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Nationality Japon
Birth 19 december 1975 (43 years) at Jōetsu (Japon)

Sohee Park (born December 19, 1975) is a stage, film, and television actor. He is Zainichi Korean active in the Japanese and American market.

Biography

He was born December 19, 1975 in Joetsu, Niigata, Japan, to Korean parents. After graduating from Waseda University, he joined Bungaku-za theater company. While there, he made a major impact in the Tokyo theater world with his starring role of Max in "Bent" (2002, dir. Robert Allan Ackerman). After starring in many plays and films in Tokyo, Sohee started appearing in American films. In his latest work The Ramen Girl (2008), he played the love interest of Brittany Murphy. He is fluent in Japanese, English, Korean. His family is of Zainichi descent.

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Filmography of Sohee Park (3 films)

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The Ramen Girl, 1h42
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Cooking films, Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Brittany Murphy, Sohee Park, Toshiyuki Nishida, Tammy Blanchard, Kimiko Yo, Daniel Evans
Roles Toshi Iwamoto, Abby's friend (soon boyfriend)
Rating62% 3.148223.148223.148223.148223.14822
Abby (Brittany Murphy) is an American girl who goes to Tokyo to be with her boyfriend, Ethan (Gabriel Mann). Ethan tells her that he has to go to Osaka on a business trip and may not be back for a while. Abby asks to go with him but Ethan refuses and breaks up with her. Abby goes to a ramen shop afterward, and the chef Maezumi (Toshiyuki Nishida) and his wife Reiko (Kimiko Yo) tell her that they are closed. Abby does not understand them as she does not speak Japanese. She starts to cry, so the chef conveys to her to sit down. He brings her a bowl of ramen, and she loves it. A small distance away, she hallucinates that the lucky cat, known as the Maneki Neko, or Beckoning Cat, gestures to her to come over. She offers to pay for her meal, but the chef and his wife refuse.
Big Bang Love, Juvenile A, 1h25
Directed by Takashi Miike
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Thriller, Fantasy
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Ryūhei Matsuda, Masanobu Ando, Ryo Ishibashi, Sohee Park, Kiyohiko Shibukawa, Kenichi Endō
Rating67% 3.394363.394363.394363.394363.39436
In an unknown future, Jun confesses to the murder of another boy, Shiro, an all-boy juvenile detention facility. The story follows two detectives trying to uncover the case through interviews and intersperses testimonies by the inmates and the prison employees with events in the lives of Jun and Shiro. Jun, who is incarcerated for the murder of his rapist, forms an intensely close bond with Shiro, who is in prison for a murder and the rape of a woman. Shiro protects Jun with fanatical intensity and violence from the other boys, though his intentions toward Jun are not clear. The highly symbolic visuals and dialogue contrast with the routine nature of the police investigation, creating a somewhat surreal commentary on the nature of violence and salvation throughout the film.