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[Photos] Park Chan-wook's "The Handmaiden" with Ha Jung-woo, Kim Min-hee, Cho Jin-woong and Kim Tae-ri

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Stills from director Park Chan-wook's "The Handmaiden" have been released.

The June movie features Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri, Ha Jung-woo, Cho Jin-woong and others.

"The Handmaiden" is a movie based in the 1930s about a woman who inherits a tremendous amount of fortune, the Count who wants her wealth, and a slave and a supporter who are offered deals by the Count.

Kim Min-hee plays the elegant lady who takes walks in the garden and learns Western painting from the Count. She perfectly portrays the mysterious lady who seems to have a story behind her eyes.

Kim Tae-ri plays the slave who makes a deal with the Count. She's innocent at times but sometimes she's bold.

The Count is played by Ha Jung-woo. He goes back and forth the lady, the slave and the supporter in greed of the lady's wealth.

Cho Jin-woong is the lady's supporter, guardian and uncle. The four actors meet director Park Chan-wook for the first time in this creative new movie called, "The Handmaiden".


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