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Kim Woo-bin in "Twenty"

2014/04/09 | 1108 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Woo-bin is playing the star role of the movie "Twenty" which is a story about three friends who just turned twenty; an age where you can do whatever you want, love whoever you want with opportunities abroad. One of the three lead roles is Kim Woo-bin.

The three boys, Chi-ho, Kyeong-jae and Dong-woo turn twenty and learn to expect, to experience and feel.

Kim Woo-bin takes on the role of Chi-ho. He said, "I enjoyed the scenario a lot. I've heard that director Lee Byung-hun's works are fresh and fun. In fact, I could feel the lines circling in my mouth as I read them. I also think it's about time I went through a slight change in image so I've decided to trust the director".

The chemistry of these three young men is highly anticipated, which includes college boy Kyeong-jae and wannabe comic artist Dong-woo.

"Twenty" will start filming this summer.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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