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Lee Si-young compares Jung Woo-sung and Lee Beom-soo at "The Divine Move" press conference

2014/06/24 | 898 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Si-young mentioned Jung Woo-sung and Lee Beom-soo from "The Divine Move".

She appeared at the press conference of "The Divine Move" on the 24th, at the Megabox in Seoul.

She said, "Jung Woo-sung was much more amusing than I imagined him to be and he led the atmosphere of the set. He's funny and caring".

About Lee Beom-soo, she said, "I am comfortable with him because we've worked together before. He's very well-mannered and appealing. They are both really nice and I like them".

Meanwhile, "The Divine Move" is film about revenge, when a chess player named Tae-seok (Jung Woo-sung) gets out of prison and sets out to look for Sal-soo (Lee Beom-soo), a man who framed him for murder and is the cause of his brother's death. To be released on the 3rd of July.

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