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Han Suk-kyu, Go Soo and Park Shin-hye in "The Tailors"

2014/02/20 | 2779 views | Permalink | Source

Han Suk-kyu, Go Soo and Park Shin-hye are going to start working on the movie "The Tailors".

"The Tailors" is a historical about the love, talent, jealousy and passion of the tailors who used to make royal outfits. Other casts are Yoo Yeon-seok, Ma Dong-seok, Shin So-yul, Lee Yoo-bi and Jo Dal-hwan.

Shin So-yul plays the celebrated Gisaeng Wol-hyang, who has a huge crush on the genius tailor Kong Jin (Go Soo). This is her first historical in 4 eyars since the SBS "Deep-rooted Tree" and she said, "I was so mesmerized by the script my heart wouldn't stop thumping".

Lee Yoo-bi puts on the role of a court lady named So Eui who is full of love, jealousy and passion. Standing by Dol Seok's (Han Suk-kyu) side and becoming his hands and feet is Jo Dal-hwan from the KBS 2TV drama "Inspiring Generation".

"The Tailors" is directed by Lee Wonsuk from "How To Use Guys With Secrets Tips" and he is working with the film company Bidal Gil which is known for its new genre of every movie it produces.

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