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Kang Hye-jung's quirky fashion at preview screening for 'A Perfect Way to Steal a Dog'

2014/12/18 | 1151 views | Permalink | Source

The preview screening for press and distributors of the film, 'A Perfect Way to Steal a Dog' took place at Lotte Cinema in Jayang-dong, Kwangjin-gu, Seoul on December 18th.

Director, Kim, Seong-ho, Kim Hye-ja, Lee Re, Kang Hye-jung, Lee Chun-hee, Lee Ji-won-I, and Hong Eun-taek attended the event.

A prodigy child actress, Lee Re well known for her previous movie, "Hope", took on the role of the 10 year old girl who tries to steal a dog named Wally.

Kim Hye-ja who came back to the screen in five years since "Mother" will play old lady who is the owner of the dog, Wally. Lee Chun-hee will be the old lady's nephew. The mysterious homeless guy in the movie will be Choi Min-soo. Kang Hye-jung will play the immature mom in the movie. In the short preview, all these great actors made strong presence.

The film is based on the original novel of the same title, 'A Perfect Way to Steal a Dog' written by Barbara O'connor, which made its global readers cry and laugh. It is a 'dog' crime comedy movie about an adventure by a ten year old girl who tries to steal a dog in order to find her father who disappeared and get their house back. The movie will be release on December 31st.

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