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"Re-encounter" Yoo Da-in, cast for "The Body's Back"

2011/08/28 | 534 views | Permalink | Source

Main actress Yoo Da-in from the movie "Re-encounter" has been cast for the movie "The Body's Back".

This movie is about the things that happen when Hyeon-cheol (Lee Beom-soo) who stands against the influence of core technology and Jin-woo (Ryoo Seung-bum) who put on a suicide show for insurance, get together.

Yoo Da-in who has been cast for this movie along with Lee Beom-soo, Ryoo Seung-bum and Kim Ok-bin, has taken on the role of National Intelligence Service agent Jang Ha-yeon.

According to her management G7 Entertainment, "Yoo Da-in has been practicing in an action school for 2 months for this movie and she is currently filming in Busan". Yoo Da-in has once been awarded "This Year's Independent Star" at the Seoul Independence Movie Awards in 2010 for the movie "Re-encounter". She once played the role of Seo Jeong-ah, wife to Jang Hyuk in the movie "The Client" and Kang Soon-nam, a wannabe announcer in the KBS drama that aired on the 28th.

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