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[ChanMi's movie news] Jo In-sung-Joo Jin-mo homosexuals in new movie "A Frozen Flower"

2008/11/07 | Permalink | Source

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Jo In-sung and Joo Jim-mo are getting the spot light because of their homosexual characters in the movie "A Frozen Flower" which will be released this December 30th.

The cast for this film are all great actors and actresses, but in addition to this, their bold nudity for this movie is being a hot topic.

Jo In-sung is the handsome royal guard for the king. Joo Jin-mo is the Koryo king who is betrayed by his closest guard and brings a bloody storm to the royal palace.

Here, the queen wedded to the Koryo king is acted by Song Ji-hyo. Her character is pure and gentle, yet brings a strong charisma to this movie.

This is a dramatic movie that is about the hidden history about the royal guard and the king who started this bloody war between the royals. The cost of filming this has been incredibly high and thus expects a lot of attention from the audience.

"A Frozen Flower" will bring the mysterious story about the Koryo king's secret love and betrayal which brings mishaps in destiny and tragic death.

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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