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"Midnight Runners" Park Seo-joon, Kang Ha-neul and director Kim Joo-hwan in Busan

2017/08/06 | 1103 views | Permalink | Source

Park Seo-joon, Kang Ha-neul and director Kim Joo-hwan were at the premiere of the movie "Midnight Runners" in Busan.

Park Seo-joon takes on the role of Ki-joon, a Police Academy student and he said he would write a comment to anyone who hashtags the word "Midnight Runners".

Kang Ha-neul is also a student named Hee-yeol and he asked for good reviews about the movie on SNS.

Director Kim Joo-hwan hoped the audience returned home full of energy after watching the movie.

The cast of "Midnight Runners" took selfies with their fans and even gave out hugs.

About 3,300 people were at this event and Park Seo-joon, Kang Ha-neul and Kim Joo-hwan held many events giving out presents and such at the premiere on this day.

"Midnight Runners" is a comedy about two police academy students witnessing a kidnap.

Source : www.dailian.co.kr/new...

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