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Lee Re in "Four Days" as Park Shin-yang's Possessed Daughter

2020/01/15 Source

Actress Lee Re is starring in the film "Four Days".

"Four Days" is an occult film about the struggles with a demon that awakens from the heart of one's dead daughter at her funeral.

Lee Re takes on the role of Park Shin-yang's (Cha Seung-do) possessed daughter, So-mi. Her mature performances and nuanced acting landed her the role in this occult drama.

Lee Re appeared as Sol Kyung-gu and Uhm Ji-won's daughter in the movie "Hope", causing the audience to cry, and also starred in "A Perfect Way to Steal a Dog" and "Seven Years of Night", leaving a huge impact. She also featured in the tvN drama 'Memories of the Alhambra" and solidified her image as a great child actress. She recently completed filming "Peninsula", by the "Train to Busan" director Yeon Sang-ho.

Meanwhile, "Four Days" begins filming early this year.


"Four Days" is directed by Hyeon Moon-seob, and features Park Shin-yang, Lee Min-ki, Lee Re. Release date in Korea: 2020.

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