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Moon Geun-young Studying Hard for Mid-term Exams

2005/03/31 Source

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Actress Moon Geun-young, who is currently enrolled at Gwangju International High School, says she has been studying hard these days for her May mid-term exams. Because of the exams, Moon had to postpone the promotion of her latest movie "A Naive Dancer", which was filmed in February.

"Geun-yeong sent out text messages to everyone saying she is studying hard again after finishing the movie. She does not even watch movies as much as she used to, and is completely engrossed in her studies", said a person from Moon's agency.

An exemplary student at school, Moon has received admission offers from over 10 colleges already. Despite her busy show business schedule, she has never compromised her studies.

A person from the production company of "A Naive Dancer" said the company is trying to adjust the movie's promotion schedule due to Moon's mid-term exams, even though the movie opens in late April and is due to have its promotion launched.

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