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Kwon Sang-woo meeting Jun Ji-hyun in "Pain", 'Only lament'

2011/01/07 | Permalink | Source

kwon Sang-woo meeting Jun Ji-hyun didn't go through.

kwon Sang-woo has finally agreed to star in the role of a painless patient in the movie made from Kang Full's original "Pain" (Director Kwak Gyeong-taek/ Filming company Chukje).

An insider told News N on the phone, "Jun Ji-hyun, who was a strong candidate for the movie didn't go through". Jun Ji-hyun's lead female role, working with kwon Sang-woo was looked forward to by many in the movie community.

The insider also mentioned that the last preparations for casting the female role is in process and the same producer that did the movie "Haeundae" will be taking care of this movie.

Therefore, Jeon-Ji-hyeon's return project is unsure. She is currently choosing between director Choi Dong-hoon's "Thieves" and director Lee Jae-yong's "Falling in Love".

Meanwhile, "Pain' outlines the story of a painless patient who falls in love with a woman and opens his eyes to the world. The movie will start cranking in February when the female role is decided and will be directed by Kwak Gyeong-taek who is famous for movies like "Friend" and "a LOVE".

Source : movie.daum.net/moviei...

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