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Bae Yong-joon happy about his first production movie "Proof of Innocence"

2016/06/13 Source

Actor Bae Yong-joon showed affection for his first movie

Bae Yong-joon is coming out with the movie "Proof of Innocence" under the name of his production agency Contents Kay which is a Key East branch. This company has been focused more on dramas like "Ooh La La Couple", "School 2013", "Secrets" and more but this time, they created a movie.

Bae Yong-joon attended the VIP premiere of "Proof of Innocence" as the president of Contents Kay. "Proof of Innocence" is an investigative movie about a broker digging the truth out of a wealthy delinquent 'the Madam' (Kim Young-ae) who takes advantage of her power. The broker is PIl-jae played by Kim Myung-min and lawyer Pan-soo is played by Sung Dong-il.

Those who watched the movie said, "It was fun. I can't believe time went by that quickly", "There's fun, inspiration and more", "I didn't know investigative movies could be this fun" and more.

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