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Ji Sung cranks up with "Whatcha Wearin'?"

2012/06/12 | 1405 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ji Sung has cranked up with the movie titled, "Whatcha Wearin'?" which he is committing to with such passion that his voice has gone.

"Whatcha Wearin'?" finished all filming on the 6th and started cranking up. Ji Sung expressed words of gratitude right after the filming finished and the staffs prepared a cake for him.

Ji Sung said, "I had deep affection for this movie for the past 3 months. I feel the same with every other work I do but this one is even more that way. I lost my voice but I still feel something's missing. I am happy to have been able to work with good people and I hope you look forward to the movie".

Apparently, Ji Sung appeared on the crank up site of "Whatcha Wearin'?" on the 10th as a surprise.

Meanwhile, "Whatcha Wearin'?" is about a man and a woman getting caught up with each other through the phone and will be released at the end of this year.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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