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"Red Vacance", will Moon Ji-yeong be the next Oh In-hye?

2013/10/30 | 3894 views | Permalink | Source

Moon Ji-yeong-I from the movie "Red Vacance Black Wedding 2" is being compared to Oh In-hye from the first movie.

Oh In-hye appeared as a student who has an affair with the professor who officiated her wedding in the first movie. She displayed some voluptuous beauty and sexy appeal.

The dress she wore at the 16th Busan International Film Festival was very shocking and at the same time, impressive. She's then been busy expanding her path towards her job.

The next star to follow in Oh In-hye's footsteps is Moon Ji-yeong-I who takes on the role of Hong Chae. She finds out a shocking truth about her step-father and is stalked by someone because of her beauty.

Amidst three people's complicated relationship, Moon Ji-yeong-I plays the most important role and her unique sexiness is sure to be compared to that of Oh In-hye's from the previous movie.

Meanwhile, "Red Vacance Black Wedding 2" will be released on the 14th of November.

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