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'Life Risking Romance' starring Ha Ji-won, Chun Jung-myung and Chen Bolin have begun filming

2015/09/08 | 2678 views | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won, Chun Jung-myung and Chen Bolin's "Life Risking Romance" has begun filming on September 6th.

Beginning with the firs take near Itaewon in Seoul on September 6th, they have started their three month journey.

"Life Risking Romance" is highly anticipated for its unique combination of a comedy thriller with the elements of romance drama. The movie tells a story of three people who are in the midst of serial murder cases.

Ha Ji-won plays Jane, an enthusiastic mystery novelist, who chases after a serial killer.

Chun Jung-myung took on the role as Jane's long-time friend and a detective from a constabulary, 'Rok-hwan. One of the superstars in Chinese community, Chen Bolin stars as Jason, a mysterious handsome man.

Since Chen Bolin has announced officially he will begin his activities in Korea and this is his first Korean film, anticipation level has been raised on the interaction by the Asia's A-list actors and the synergy effect among them.

In addition to this, the strong supporting actors and actresses including Oh Jung-se, Yoon So-hee, Song Chae-yoon, Kim Won-hae, Jung Hae-kyun will make the story even more entertaining.

"Life Risking Romance" is slated to be released in the first half of next year.

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