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Uhm Ji-won to star in "Man on the Edge" with Park Sin-yang

2012/02/26 Source

Actress Uhm Ji-won is going to undergo a comical transformation in the movie "Man on the Edge".

Starring Park Shin-yang, "Man on the Edge" is the creation of Jo Jin-kyoo from "My Wife Is a Gangster". It deals with what happens when a gangster suddenly becomes possessed.

According to movie people, Uhm Ji-won has currently confirmed her role in the movie. She is going to take on the role of Myeong Bo-sal, a single woman who is both hysterical and comical.

Uhm Ji-won is about to put on a comic act this time around. She has done so a couple of times before in dramas like "The Woman Who Still Wants To Marry" and "Love on the Debt", but she plans on challenging those images this time.

Park Shin-yang is returning to the public eye with a movie this time and many are looking forward to his acting once again.

Uhm Ji-won met Park Shin-yang through the SBS drama "Sign" also participated in Park Shin-yang's scholarship fund event "Park Shin-yang's 1st Actor Concerto".

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