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"The Thieves" Jun Ji-hyun is visual in the movie

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Actress Jun Ji-hyun made fans laugh with her honest remark.

The press releasing event of the greatest looked forward-to movie of the summer '"The Thieves" was held on the 12th at the Westin Hotel.

Jun Ji-hyun explained her character as, "I am Anycall, the thief with the best rope climbing skills. I am also the visual of the movie as you might've seen in the sneak previews and main previews".

She continued, "Since I am responsible for the visual, I should take up most of the movie and I hope you enjoy it".

"The Thieves" is an action movie about a gang of thieves, who don't allow a single mistake, joining forces with Chinese thieves to steal a diamond in a casino in Macao. The cast includes, Kim Yun-seok, Kim Hye-soo, Lee Jung-jae, Jun Ji-hyun, Oh Dal-soo, Kim Hae-sook, Kim Soo-hyun and other Chinese actors and actresses. Coming soon on the 25th of July.

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