By Brian Brooks
From indiewire.com - October 17, 2006
(...) Other planned LJ films include a political thriller about famous Korean composer Isang Yun who was charged with leading a North Korean spy ring and later tortured by South Korea's intelligence service (being developed with Germany's Pandora Film). (...) "This may be the first feature film that is shot in North Korea," said Lee about the "Isang Yun Project." LJ plans to use over 100,000 extras in Pyongyang during a location shoot for the film.