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Jo Jung-suk to star in "Brothers" with Do Kyung-soo

2015/08/24 | 1508 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Jung-suk and Do Kyung-soo are meeting in the movie "Brothers".

"Brothers" is a collaboration between producer Kwon Soo-kyeong and writer Yoo Yeong-ah. This is another highly expected heart-warming drama for the year 2016.

Jo Jung-suk said, "Every actor wants to be in a good movie. I decided to do this right away and I think the human story is most appealing about this movie".

Do Kyung-soo plays Doo-yeong, a rising star Judo athlete but gets into an accident a day before the national competition. He is a member of EXO and has starred in the drama, "It's Okay, That's Love" and movie "Cart".

Do Kyung-soo said, "I have never played a character like this before so I think I am lucky to be in this right now. I read the scenario and couldn't help feeling nervous and excited".

"Brothers" cranks in this October and is being released next year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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