Olive9 Entertainment, talent agency for Korean star Choi Ji-woo, is in war of words with Hong Kong media, claiming that the HK press is maliciously trying to bring down Choi’s image.

Olive9 is responding to reports which claimed that the Korean actress was drunk and behaved inappropriately in the LVMH party last Friday (Mar 14, 2008). Choi and her reps strongly denied the reports and stated that she didn’t drink at all.

Chow Yun Fat and Choi Ji-woo at LVMH Hong Kong party Korean actress Choi Ji-woo at LVMH Hong Kong party
Korean actress Choi Ji-woo drunk at LVMH Hong Kong party? Korean actress Choi Ji-woo drunk at LVMH Hong Kong party? Korean actress Choi Ji-woo drunk at LVMH Hong Kong party?
Choi Ji-woo at the LVMH party; the guy is Hong Kong star Chow Yun Fat

At first glance, Choi does seem like tipsy from the photos; but then, photos could be deceiving sometimes… we’ll have to choose what we want to believe.

Point is, it’s a party, people do get drunk. As long as they are not too misbehaved (thrown up or taking off their cloths etc) and have friends around to take care of them when needed… we should just let it be ain’t so? If normal people could get drunk and gone wild occasionally, why are celebrities forbidden to do so?

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Hong Kong star Chow Yun Fat has confirmed to join the live adaptation of “Dragon Ball”.

Master Roshi of Dragon Ball manga
Master Roshi

Chow Yun Fat will play the comedic Master Roshi, Goku’s mentor; Goku is the main character in Dragon Ball.

Dragon Ball is one of the most popular manga (and anime) of all time. Hollywood studio Twentieth Century Fox creates a huge buzz among Dragon Ball fans when they announced the making of the live movie in Oct 2007.

Hong Kong star Stephen Chow is the producer, James Wong the director.

This is the first time that Stephen Chow and Chow Yun Fat have joined hands in a movie; both of them are among the biggest stars for the past 2 decades in Hong Kong (probably Asian) entertainment world.

Other main casts that have been confirmed include Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Emmy Rossum, Jamie Chung, Joon Park and Eriko Tamura.

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