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First "Pacemaker" trailer to be released end November

2011/11/24 | 506 views | Permalink

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The first teaser trailer for sports movie "Pacemaker" will be released very soon. 

MM Entertainment, Kim Myung-min's new company revealed that the award-winning actor, who plays lead character Joo Manho, recently finished recording the voice-over narration for the trailer which is expected to be released at the end of November.  Korean theaters will start screening the movie on 19 January 2012. 

"Pacemaker" tells about the inspiring story of Joo Manho, a retired Olympic Pacemaker who pursues his dream of finishing a full 42-kilometer marathon for the first time in his life.  Joining Kim Myung-min in this touching and emotional movie are Korea's "national actor" Ahn Sung-ki as a cold-hearted marathon director, and actress Go Ara as an arrogant pole vaulter. 

The film is the big screen debut of musical director Kim Dal-joong. It was shot in various parts of Korea including Daegu, Daejeong, Busan and Jeju Island from April to August this year. Production also took place in London, England in June. 

Written by: Michelle

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