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Son Ye-jin and Lee Min-ki finish up "Spellbound"

2011/04/11 | 2247 views | Permalink | Source

Son Ye-jin and Lee Min-ki finished shooting the movie "Spellbound" in three months and started cranking up. Having first started shooting last December, the shooting of "Spellbound" ended with Yeo-ri (Son Ye-jin) in an accident on the 4th of April. She is a normal high school student who drowns and loses consciousness for a while but wakes up again and has the ability to see ghosts.

According to the production crew, Son Ye-jin was very tensed up as the scene that day was very tragic according to the layout of the story. Son Ye-jin said, "It was difficult shooting the drama because of the snow and changing weather conditions last winter but it was fun". Lee Min-ki, who acted Jo Goo, popular illusionist of a horror magic show said, "It's a romantic comedy but there are many other things to see such as the magic shows". "Spellbound" is about the relationship between Yeo-ri who sees ghost after an unexpected accident and Jo Goo the magician. It is also a feature-film bu director Hwang In-ho, who was a scenario writer from "To Catch a Virgin Ghost" and "2 Faces of My Girlfriend". The movie is to be released in the later half of the year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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