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JANG Jin explores Father and Son relations

2007/04/11 Source

Inventive director Jang Jin portrays this time the relationship between an estranged father and son in his new film "My Son" (Adeul). The father is played by Cha Seung-won and the son is a role for Ryu Deok-hwan.

The drama will open May 3rd. My Son is a project by production company KnJ Entertainment and is distributed by Cinema Service.

Jang Jin has been influential as a scenario writer and director, and among his films are "Guns and Talks" (Killeodeului Sooda, 2001), "Someone Special" (Aneun Yeoja, 2004), "Righteous Ties" (Georookhan Gyebo, 2006) and he wrote the screenplay for "Welcome to Dongmakgol" (2005).

CHA has been successful as a comedy actor, but in recent years he has also built a reputation for dramatic roles, most notably with his performances in "Blood Rain" (Hyeorui Noo, 2005) and "Murder, Take One" ("The Big Scene" - Baksoochil Ttae Tteonara, 2005) another collaboration with Jang Jin.

RYOO is a promising young actor who impressed with his acting in last year's "Like A Virgin" (Cheonhajangsa Madonna) by the directing duo Lee Hae-yeong and Lee Hae-joon.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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