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[JIMFF] Baek Do-bin, Jung Si-ah say 'red fish cake' a must

2010/08/12 | 1312 views | Permalink | Source

From left, Jung Si-ah and Baek Do-bin [Lee Jin-hyuk/10Asia]

Actor Baek Do-bin and actress Jung Si-ah, appointed publicity ambassadors of the 6th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival (JIMFF), are newlyweds now married for a year and a half who say they are excited that they "even get to work together".

They love movies so much that they went to watch films by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez while dating and set the soundtrack from "While You Were Falling in Love" as the dial tone for their mobile phones so it seems natural that they would be selected as envoys for the fest.

Their family as a whole is also close to music; the husband sings the theme song of animated series "Pororo: The Little Penguin" for their son Joon-woo and famed singer-songwriter Yoo Jae-ha's "Past Days" for his wife as a lullaby.

The couple, who say they visit Jechon every year, also the city where Jeong's grandmother lives, picked the 'red fish cake' as a must-try food. "We like to eat snacks while roaming around the central market and of them, red fish cakes are the most popular in Jechon. You have to try it".

Reporter : Lee Ji-Hye seven@
Photographer : Lee Jin-hyuk eleven@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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