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Han Da-gam comes back with horror flick

2011/04/26 | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Da-gam is holding hands with director Yang Yoon-ho in three years after "The Divine Weapon".

She has been cast for the role of Sunny in recent horror movie "Ghastly" and will be returning as a horror queen.

Han Da-gam will be playing the sister of Yoo-rin and the lead role as Sunny who first discovers the spirit of a dead child that possesses another body.

"Ghastly" is about the spirit of a child that possesses another person's body and commits gruesome murders. Director Yang Yoon-ho from "Grand Prix", "Rainbow Eyes", "Holiday" and "Fighter in the Wind" has the megaphone.

Han Da-gam had previously acted out the motherly and the horror role in KBS drama "Grudge: The Revolt of the Gumiho" as a Gumiho.

Meanwhile, other than Han Da-gam T-ara's Hyomin is also in the cast and "Ghastly" will be released this August distributed by Lotte Cinema.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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