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Lee Kwang-soo is DJ Lee Min-jung's manager in "Wonderful Radio"

2011/06/20 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Kwang-soo (26) has been cast for the movie "Wonderful Radio".

This movie is about the relationship between radio DJ Lee Min-jung (29), former member of most popular idol group 'Purple' and producer Lee Jung-jin (33) who was put in to drag up the low listening rate of the radio.

Being his second movie after "Battlefield Heroes", Lee Kwang-soo is good natured manager Cha Dae-geun and will be helping Lee Min-jung loyally.

His management King Kong Entertainment said, "Lee Kwang-soo is busy with the drama "City Hunter", entertainment programs and now a movie. He is passionate about acting and he should become better by day".

Meanwhile, "Wonderful Radio" is directed by Kwon Cheol-in (51) from "Singles" and "Hellcats", it will crank in at the end of this month and be released in winter.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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