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[ChanMi's star news] Romantic comedy for Gong Yoo!

2010/04/09 | 4663 views | Permalink | Source

Gong Yoo has been called many times to be in a film and finally he has picked one! Gong Yoo will be costarring with Im Soo-jung in "Finding Mr. Destiny" as a romantist.

He will be the main character who finds the first love for Seo Ji-woo acted by Im.

Gong Yoo's popularity was at its peak in "Coffee Prince" and has been away for a long time because of his military service.

Im Soo-jung has never been in a romantic comedy film and this will be her first. She has been in many films her most recent being "JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard".

This film is about two characters who look for Kim Jong-wook who is Im's character, Seo's first love whom she met in her trip to India. Gong's character helps her look for this person but in the end the two characters fall in love with each other.

This movie is originally a popular musical!

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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