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[ChanMi's movie news] Hwang Woo-seul-hye in "Searching for the Elephant"

2009/10/12 | 1944 views | Permalink | Source

She has been in the films "Speedy Scandal" "Thirst" and "Crush and Blush".

Now she is in the film "Searching for the Elephant" as a character who is sexy and intelligent!

She is taking two characters!

Her character is a woman who is Jang Hyuk's character's ex-girlfriend of 5 years. Jang Hyuk's character reflects on the good days with his ex in the luxurious studio and becomes a bad man after the pains.

Hwang Woo-seul-hye's other character in the film is a woman whom Jang Hyuk's character meets at a hospital as Doctor Jang. Jang Hyuk's character falls in love with her and kisses her. The two become involved with each other starting with this kiss.

The film is about selfish love and secretive life of a man with regrettable pasts.

It will be released November 5th.

 

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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