[clip][learning Korean] Director McTeigue’s messages to Lee Joon, Rain, and Korean moviegoers.

โ€” Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

From what I can glean from this brief but wonderful promotional clip for Director James McTeigue’s newest movie The Raven, Mr. McTeigue (who directed Rain and Lee Joon in Ninja Assassin and developed a great rapport with Rain) delivers three greetings.

The first graphic says From: James McTeigue To: Lee Joon.

The second graphic says From: James McTeigue To Jung JiHoon.

The third graphic says From: James McTeigue To Korean Fans (hangugpaen-yeoleobun, technically you Korean fans, in reference to everyone in attendance on that occasion). ^@@^

Apparently, at a screening for The Raven in South Korea, Joonie introduced McTeigue and the movie. How cool. I would love to have been there for that! Right on. (Now you know how McTeigue’s name is spelled in Hangeul.) ๐Ÿ™‚ โ€” Stephe ^@@^

(Video source: Daum / courtesy of scorpiolabi @YT)

~ by Cloud USA on July 2, 2012.

4 Responses to “[clip][learning Korean] Director McTeigue’s messages to Lee Joon, Rain, and Korean moviegoers.”

  1. is he so sweet………… the man of it
    i just happy see him leave Rain message and give another good work with Rain again yea… i love his Ninja Assassin why not give another awesome film of rain again i hope are doing another movies with Rain again and this time ……………!!??

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  2. How nice of him to do this spot for the promotion of his film. You can sure tell though that he more comfortable being behind the camera than in front of it, yes? LOL.

    Terri :-}

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    • Kekekekekeke! So true, as a matter of fact he was only loosened up during interviews when Rain was with him. So cool for Bi and Joon though.

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  3. OOhh man this is too nice…awwww Dir. McTeigue is such a sweety..Rain will love it. Joony too.

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