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Park Shin-yang and Uhm Ji-won in the movie "Man on the Edge"

2012/02/05 | 1740 views | Permalink | Source

It seems like Park Shin-ayng and Uhm Ji-won will be in the movie "Man on the Edge" together.

"Man on the Edge" is the newest project by Jo Jin-kyoo, who also directed the movie "My Wife Is a Gangster". The film is about what happens after a gangster suddenly is possessed with special powers.

Park Shin-yang will be joining this movie after filming "Miss Conspirator" with Go Hyun-jung and Yoo Hae-jin.

According to a spokesperson the romantic lead opposite Park Shin-yang will be Uhm Ji-won.

Having met through the SBS drama "Sign", Uhm Ji-won also took part in the scholarship event 'Park Shin-yang's Rookie Actor Concerto"' produced by Park Shin-yang himself. Actor Kim Jung-tae is also going to be featured in a supporting role, playing a gang member in the movie.

"Man on the Edge" will begin shooting in April.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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