I'm sure the above photo has never been seen before because I found it and the negative for it and two others, in 2001, in a envelope in a desk drawer at a former workplace in Korea. The three were taken by my former employer who was friends with the owner of the movie theater that Sunghi visited that day to meet fans and sign autographs. The top one was taken as she was signing the message that later went underneath the large framed photo you see of her in the next picture below.
Only the three photos were printed and I have them all. The two that I scanned for this entry, and the large framed one below, which is hanging on my office wall at home.
Photo of Sunghi with her handwritten message underneath
few years ago to make way for a department store. Even though A Night on the Water
was shot in Canada, it was only shown at (very few) theaters in Korea.
At the movie theater in Suwon the day she went there to sign autographs
and meet fans. I was stationed in Suwon at that time, but didn't hear
of her visit until after she left Korea.
Sunghi signing autographs at the theater. This photo was displayed in the
lobby of the theater until shortly before the building was torn down.
The very rare movie poster for A Night on the Water that I picked up Korea.
I won't rest until I get Sunghi to sign it.
Still from Sunghi's striptease scene in A Night on the Water, where she does a
sultry routine to "Keep me in Your Mind" by Carolina, which is the song
you're listening to now. Read my review of the film here.