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[ChanMi's movie news] Jo In-sung vs Shim Ji-ho

2008/12/14 | 1729 views | Permalink | Source

Jo In-sung may seem perfect in any movie. But Here He Comes, Shim Ji-ho, who was the cold blooded robber in "Open City". The two will be rivaling character in the new movie "A Frozen Flower".

Jo and Shim are two actors who have risen to popularity through the drama "School".

Jo and Shim are the young royal guards to the Koryo king (Joo Jin-mo) as Hong-lim and Seung-ji.

Hong-lim is the friendly one who is respected by his subordinates while Seung-ki is the cold and goal oriented one who does his job well but is always overshadowed by Hong-lim.

This type of character personality is similar in their old drama together. It will be a comeback to the two stars showing off their best acting character!

The film will be released on the 30th!

Let's watch these two hot stars fighting battles and rivaling each other in character!

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