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Han Ye-seul to come back with "Kagoshima Romance"

2013/06/03 | 2378 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Ye-seul is revising her come back.

Han Ye-seul is revising the script for a new movie called, "Kagoshima Romance". Her partner actor will be Kim Sang-kyung from the successful movie "Montage".

Han Ye-seul is communicating with the production and is giving this a lot of thought. She didn't sign a contract yet but she's likely to come back with "Kagoshima Romance".

This movie is about a female employee at a alcoholic beverage company and the owner of a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage company. Han Ye-seul takes on the role of Yoo Gye-hee, who is full of mistakes but completely loveable.

Han Ye-seul has been on a break for two year since the 2011 KBS 2TV drama "Spy MyeongWol". She was revising the movie "The Dog" but the production has been postponed. The scenario originally known as "Fly Me To The Moon" became "Kagoshima Romance".

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