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|A game tests fans' cotton candy making abilities. Song Hye-Kyo chooses a Mainland fan's cotton candy umbrella as the winner|
|Song Hye-Kyo sits with fans to watch THAT WINTER, THE WIND BLOWS trailer|
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Song Hye-Kyo yesterday attended her Korean series THAT WINTER, THE WIND BLOWS press conference at TVB television city. Speaking of dispute rumors with directing Wong Kar Wai during THE GRANDMASTERS (YUT DOI JUNG SI) production, she admitted that although initial the production felt difficult, they did not have any dispute. She even looked forward to continuing to work with Hong Kong filmmakers.
When Wong Kar Wai, Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Zhang Ziyi last month attended the China Film Festival in Seoul, Song Hye-Kyo was present as well. She and Wong Kar Wai both denied that they were at odds over editing. Song Hye-Kyo yesterday again clarified, "I have heard such rumors as well. Because it was my first collaboration with a Hong Kong director, it was very different from with Korean directors. Thus at first it was indeed a little difficult. However the production made me realize that the most important was to be able to work with outstanding directors and actors. It was a great experience. In comparison, the difficulty before wasn't a problem at all. Thus as long as I run into a good script, I hope to work with Hong Kong directors and actors again."
She also said that Leung Chiu Wai has always been her idol among Hong Kong actors. Thus she was already very touched to be able to work on THE GRANDMASTERS with her. Next month she will work on John Woo (Ng Yu Sum)'s LOVE AND LET LOVE (SUN SEI LUEN). She also looked forward to working with Takeshi Kaneshiro (Gum Sing Mo) and Huang Xiaoming.