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Park Bo-young and Jung Jae-young to star in "You Call It Passion"

2015/01/27 Source

Park Bo-young and Jung Jae-young have been cast for the movie "You Call It Passion".

"You Call It Passion" is about a rookie sports reporter named Do Ra-hee who relocates to entertainment and meets Ha Jae-gwan, her superior and struggling with society. The movie is directed by Jeong Gi-hoon from "Ae-ja" and "Love 911".

Park Bo-young takes on the role of Do Ra-hee, a woman with a great background in education but barely gets a job as a reporter.

Jung Jae-young is Ha Jae-gwan, the director of the entertainment department who is very stubborn about his views and won't stand being stood up.

Jeong Gi-hoon said, "I think Park Bo-young is perfect for the role of Do Ra-hee. I want to maintain Park Bo-young's strong points and shed the 'young' image she's had forever. Jung Jae-young is someone I trust. I thought about him first when writing the scenario. I've wanted to work with him for a while and I am excited".

"You Call It Passion" will begin filming in March.

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