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Kim Woo-bin, "'Twenty' was a destiny for me"

2015/10/04 | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Woo-bin said, "Movie "Twenty" was like a destiny of my life".

On October 4th, a stage greeting event of movie, "Twenty", an official invitee to Panorama Section, was held on the outdoor stage of the 20th Busan International Film Festival. Kim Woo-bin, Kang Ha-neul, director Lee Byeong-heon-I attended the event.

Kim Woo-bi played Chi-ho in the movie, a twenty year old young man, who is popular among his peers but has nothing else in his life. He said, "When I received the screenplay of "Twenty", I felt like the movie was my destiny. Although I had overlapping schedule at the time and almost had given up the opportunity, I luckily could join the movie".

He also said, "I heard all other actors also thought the movie was like a destiny for them. I believe we could create the good movie because these good thoughts were put together into the movie. I would say proudly the same thing about the movie even after a long time has passed".

Movie "Twenty" revolves around three friends in the prime time of their youth, who have just turned twenty years old, an age that is open to unlimited possibility for work, love and more.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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