[caption id="attachment_1837" align="alignleft" width="280" caption="Han Se Yeul"]Han Se Yeul[/caption] Will Han Se Yeul (Will It Snow For Christmas?, Tazza) make her Hollywood debut in the next Twilight movie? She met with Imprint Entertainment, makers of the hit series, late last week, igniting speculation that the US-born star could be crossing over in the next installment of the vampire saga. Imprint is also putting out the US remake of 2002's Korean horror film Phone, but that doesn't necessarily mean that she's not being considered for the higher-profile role... The family of Lee Seung Ki (Shining Inheritance) keep their relation to the star a total secret, according to KBS 2TV's Entertainment News. Even when his sister's friends tell her that she looks like the star, she's completely vague and won't admit anything! Gong Yoo (Coffee Prince) has returned from mandatory military service, thanking fans for their support over his two-year stint. You can see him in his camos here. Gong's Coffee Prince co-star Yoon Eun Hye, on the other hand, is a bit more fashionable in her new urban photo shoot for Vogue. Here's a new profile of Oh Hyun Kyung (Mrs. Town), who is all over Korean television these days in both comic and dramatic roles. The 1989 Miss Korea suffered a huge career setback after a sex video scandal, but was able to make a successful comeback in 2007's First Wives Club. 2010 promises to be a great year for Korean cinema--check out this comprehensive preview of films coming out next year, including remakes of 1960s classics, cool independent films, and of course lots of sequels. Lastly, Lee Young Ae (Fireworks) is a major force behind the Korean wave across Asia in a large part due to her role in the international hit Jewel in the Palace. Now she's been chosen by Hong Kong residents as the South Korean they'd most like to go skiing with. Looks like she'll have quite a crowd following her down the slopes this winter!