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Jiao Xu, a Kim Sae-ron look-alike from "Mr. Go"

2013/07/08 | Permalink | Source

Jiao Xu, 16, the leading character in Kim Yong-hwa's 3D digital movie "Mr. Go", is claimed to be a Kim Sae-ron look-alike.

Jiao Xu attended the press conference for the movie "Mr. Go" in Mega Box COEX on the 8th along with director Kim Yong-hwa and actor Sung Dong-il.

She drew attention with her Kim Sae-ron-like looks and said, "I don't know who she is really but if she is pretty then I am grateful".

She continued, "I have plans to come back to Korea to work if I am asked for. I love Korean food and I feel so happy when the food truck arrives during a shoot. I could live with warm rice and side dishes".

However, she said she's about to leave to the States to study and said, "I feel I should invest in my inner side as well as my looks to be a good actress. Right now is the time for me to study".

Jiao Xu takes on the role of Wei Wei, a 15 year-old gorilla trainer who is also the only friend of Ling Ling. To be released on the 17th.

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