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[ChanMi's movie news] Lee Wan, losing weight for a new movie

2008/10/14 | Permalink | Source

Do you remember him from "Stairway to Heaven"? He is also Kim Tae-hee's younger brother!

Lee Wan is returning the screens through a new movie, "Boys Don't Cry" ("Once Upon a Time in Seoul").

This movie is set in 1950s about boys who are in poverty. Lee Wan is one of the boys who are hungry and struggle to survive. He said that she is losing weight to fit this image at the press conference for this movie. He also confessed that it was not easy acting as an 18 year old boy who wants to be stronger as the leader among his friends.

Lee has also learned action moves for 2 to 3 months. The movie is set in the times of war, so he has to act as a boy who must fight to survive in a man's world after losing everything.

Lee Wan and Song Chang-eui are two boys, Jong-du and Tae-ho who become orphaned and meet each other at a boys' home. The two steal U.S army's survival kits and meet a market dealer where they start a new business.

The two get a great dream that they will open a huge mall one day.

"Boys Don't Cry" ("Once Upon a Time in Seoul") will be released this November 6th!

 

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