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Kim Yunjin watches "Snowpiercer" with American staff

2014/07/01 | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Yunjin who is active in America, set out to promote the movie "Snowpiercer".

Worldwide Korean movie "Snowpiercer" was released in North America on the 27th last month and Kim Yunjin who is in the middle of filming "Mistress Season 2" just happened to see an ad about it in a magazine.

She had a discussion with her staff members and they started showing interest in the movie. Most of them didn't even know it was a Korean movie.

Kim Yunjin used her free weekend time to invite 10 or so of the local staff and watched "Snowpiercer". According to sources, Kim Yunjin hoped that many people would watch it All those who watched it with her were surprised at the movie and became curious about director Bong Joon-ho. They evaluated very highly of the movie. Kim Yunjin was proud to hear their responses.

Meanwhile, the filming of "Mistress Season 2" is almost over.

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