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Kim Soo-mi special appearance in "Iron Bag Man"

2012/10/22 | Permalink | Source

Kim Soo-mi made a special appearance in "Iron Bag Man".

This appearance presented the crowd with more things to see and fun. This appearance was considered a part of talent donation.

In addition to Lee Wae-soo, Kim Tae-won from Buhwal and designer Lee Sang-bong, Kim Soo-mi took part in the talent donation and appeared as the mother of Dong-il (Kim Jung-kyoon) a regular customer at the Chinese restaurant Woo-soo (Choi Soo-jong) works in.

Kim Soo-mi makes Kim Woo-soo travel back in time to find the mother who abandoned him and it shows us stories of his past we never knew of.

Kim Soo-mi is well known for her constant charity work and sharing activities. Hence, she accepted his offer to star in the movie right away.

"Iron Bag Man" is the true story of a man who earned 700,000 a month delivering Chinese food but was secretly supporting 5 other orphans like him. The role of Kim Woo-soo is taken by Choi Soo-jong and it will be released in November.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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