Korean actress Song Hye Kyo has signed a contract with a Hong Kong-based production company.
On April 15, Song Hye Kyo attended 'Hong Kong Film Awards' as an award presenter and announced the news herself.
Song Hye Kyo said, "After signing this contract, I believe that I will cooperate with more outstanding Chinese directors and actors in the future."
Following the news, her Korean management agency United Artist Agency confirmed, "Song Hye Kyo has signed a contract with film director Wong Kar Wai's production company Jet Tone Films."
Jet Tone Films manages high-profile Chinese and Hong Kongese film stars including Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Maggie Cheung.
Song Hye Kyo previously starred in Wong Kar Wai's 2013 film 'The Grandmaster' alongside Tony Leung Chiu Wai.
The company also welcomed Song Hye Kyo through its official social media account, saying, "Song Hye Kyo, who we became connected through 'The Grandmaster', has come from far away after crossing mountains and oceans. Welcome."
(Credit= AP/Yonhap News Agency)