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"Twenty" Kim Woo-bin, Lee Junho and Kang Ha-neul's behind the scene

2015/03/11 | Permalink | Source

Hidden stories of the making of "Twenty" starring Kim Woo-bin, Lee Junho and Kang Ha-neul were revealed.

Kim Woo-bin in the role of Chi-ho says, "We have so many stories to tell every day. We do full scenes together often and it's really fun when we're together. It seems easier to work alone but it's not as energizing".

"We made so many NGs because we laughed so much. The scenario was so funny that it was hard not to laugh". Kim Woo-bin plays a jobless playboy named Chi-ho.

Lee Junho said, "We laugh at the silliest things. It's lucky I got to work with others my age. In the final Chinese Restaurant scene, we exploded with teamwork. It's going to be so funny".

Kang Ha-neul said, "Everything about the movie is fun. I yelled, "I love you guys!" when I was drunk after a long day of work out of town. Everyone was sleeping. I also made good friends like Kim Woo-bin and Lee Junho. I feel like I have brothers".

"Twenty" directed by Lee Byeong-heon-I is being released on the 25th.

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