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Park Chan-wook's "Agasshi" starring Ha Jung-woo, Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri and Cho Jin-woong

2014/12/08 | 1645 views | Permalink | Source

The main cast for Park Chan-wook's "Agasshi" is unveiled.

The production agency for "Agasshi" announced that Kim Min-hee and Kim Tae-ri were the leading actresses in the movie. It also cast Cho Jin-woong as well as Ha Jung-woo.

"Agasshi" is a Korean and Japanese version of "Fingersmith" written by English writer Sarah Waters. The movie is about a young lady who inherits a fortune, her guardian uncle and a fraud count (Ha Jung-woo) who is after the wealth.

Kim Min-hee plays the young lady and Kim Tae-ri is a pickpocket hired by Ha Jung-woo. Cho Jin-woong is the uncle.

Previously, Kim Min-hee has been acknowledged for her great performance in the movies "Helpless", "Degree of Love" and "The Crying Man".

Kim Tae-ri, a rookie who scored the audition 1500:1, is anticipated to follow the fame of Kang Hye-jung from "Old Boy" and Kim Ok-bin from "Thirst" which are also Park Chan-wook's works.

"Agasshi" starts filming next month.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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