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"Four Men" Park Hae-jin and Director Jang Tae-yoo Team up Again

2017/11/29 | 1470 views | Permalink | Source

"Four Men" has a full line-up.

Director Jang Tae-yoo helms "Four Men" with Park Hae-jin and Nana in the leading roles. Park Hae-jin and Jang Tae-yoo worked together on the SBS "My Love from the Star" four years ago.

Music director is Jeon Chang-yeop worked on "Deep-rooted Tree" and "My Love from the Star". He is responsible for many romantic hit OSTs.

The director of martial arts is Baek Kyung-chan from "Bad Guys", "Deep-rooted Tree", and "My Love from the Star". The cinematographer is Lee Yong-joo-II while the lighting director is Jeon Sung-geun.

This is a solid team that will be traveling to Indonesia and other Asian countries to shoot "Four Men".

Meanwhile, "Four Men" is about a man whose goal is to survive in life and another man who looks for answers in love. The drama begins filming in December.

Source : enter.etoday.co.kr/vi...

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