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Ku Hye-sun goes to BIFF with Cho Seung-woo and Nam Sang-mi

2011/09/21 | 1701 views | Permalink | Source

Ku Hye-sun's second feature film "The Peach Tree" will be shown for the first time at the 16th Busan International Film Festival.

She posted on Twitter on the 21st, ""The Peach Tree" is going to Busan International Film Festival. I am too". "The Peach Tree" is about a set of Siamese twins, with Ku Hye-sun at the megaphone and Cho Seung-woo, Nam Sang-mi, Ryu Deok-hwan and more as the cast.

Ku Hye-sun debuted as a director with the short film "Delightful Helper" in 2008 and she was favorably evaluated for her first feature film "Magic" last year.

Her second feature film "The Peach Tree" has been invited to the "Korean Movies Today – Vision" section at BIFF with other films like "Barbie" with Lee Chun-hee and Kim Sae-ron and "Fish", which was shot completely in 3D.

Meanwhile, Ku Hye-sun has completed all shooting and is currently starring in the SBS drama "The Musical".

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