‘Korean Goddess’ Park Eun-bin and ‘Chinese Goddess’ Fan Bingbing Illuminate the 28th BIFF Opening Ceremony with Striking Contrasts 

The stark contrast between Park Eun-bin and Fan Bingbing’s dresses caught everyone’s attention at the 28th Busan International Film Festival

The 28th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) opening ceremony was held at the outdoor theater in Haeundae-gu, Busan, on October 4th. The red carpet event featured top stars from both Korean and international cinema.

Particularly noteworthy was the enchanting appearance of Park Eun-bin, who took on the role of the MC. Park Eun-bin wore a vibrant blue gown that added radiance to her beauty without revealing too much. Her chiffon top and A-line skirt with a wide hemline fluttered elegantly on the red carpet.

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Challenging Park Eun-bin’s blue dress was the Chinese goddess and actress Fan Bingbing, who opted for a striking red gown with a glamorous and classical silhouette. Fan Bingbing, adorned in an elegant dress, showcased her radiant beauty and graceful gestures.

Despite a minor slip of the tongue when she accidentally referred to the beautiful night as a beautiful spring, Park Eun-bin smoothly continued her role as the sole host.

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Park Eun-bin also shared her previous experience, “I received the Best Actress award here last year for ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo.’ Being recognized for my work and receiving an award as an actress gives me a lot of strength. It provides opportunities and courage to actors,” and expressed her excitement about meeting a diverse audience and fellow filmmakers during this year’s festival.

Fan Bingbing attended this year’s BIFF with the film ‘Green Night’. She made a comeback with this movie after facing tax evasion allegations in 2018. ‘Green Night’ marks her first film in five years. Fan Bingbing has also attended events such as the Berlin Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, and Paris Fashion Week to promote the film.

This year’s Busan International Film Festival features a total of 269 films, including 209 official invitations from 69 countries and 60 community BIFF screening films. 

Source: daum

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