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[HanCinema's News] Ha Jung-woo, Im Si-wan, and Bae Sung-woo Confirmed for "Boston 1947"

2019/04/03 | 378 views | Permalink

Ha Jung-woo, Im Si-wan, and Bae Sung-woo have been cast for the upcoming filmed "Boston 1947". The news was confirmed by those responsible for making the film on April 2nd.

"Boston 1947" takes place during the first world marathon competition after the Second World War, which took place in Boston. It's the story of two marathon runners from recently liberated Korea who are representing their country for the first time on the world stage.

Ha Jung-woo had already informally confirmed his participation in a fan meeting that took place on March 30th, as well as that of his co-actors. While this project is just one of many for the very active Ha Jung-woo, it is the first known project for Im Si-wan following the end of his military service.

Filming for "Boston 1947" will take place this summer. The film is a long way from release.

Written by William Schwartz

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