Korean heartthrob Won Bin has yet to decide on whether or not he will take on a film by critically acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong.
Amidst rumor that the actor has decided to appear in a Lee Chang-dong film, an official with his agency Eden 9 told TenAsia over the phone on Wednesday, “Because we didn’t even get the script for it yet, it is difficult to say that he is looking into the new film as of now.”
If Won bin takes part in the film, it will be his first time to appear on the big screen in three years since his smash hit action film “The Man from Nowhere” (2010).
Meanwhile, it has also been rumored that Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi and Korean actor Seol Kyung-ku are also considering taking up the film by Lee.
Lee’s last release was award-winning film “Poetry” (2010), featuring actress Yoon Jeong-hee and actor Lee Da-wit. The film took home the award for best screenplay at the 63rd Cannes film fest.
The film was also invited in other prestigious film festivals including 35th Toronto International Film Festival, 48th New York Film Festival and 15th Busan International Film Festival.