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Who's the busiest actor of 2012?

2012/01/02 Source

Who is going to be the busiest actress or actor in 2012?

Looking at the movies that are being released or are planning to go into production this year, we can see several names that appear often.

First of all is Ko Chang-seok, who is known as one of the highest quality supporting actors. He is currently in the movie "The Grand Heist", which is well known as Cha Tae-hyun's first historical drama, and "King Of Kiss Ups" with Song Sae-byeok. He has completed filming the movie "Miss Conspirator" with the high and mighty cast of Go Hyun-jung, Park Shin-yang, Yoo Hae-jin, Sung Dong-il and more.

Song Sae-byeok is currently in the middle of making the movie "The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser" and will meet audiences soon enough through the film "The Fall Of Humanity" by director Yim Pil-sung, with actors Ryoo Seung-bum and Kim Kang-woo.

Ryoo Seung-bum will finish filming the movie "Over my Dead Body" with Kim Ok-vin and start on the new movie "In Berlin" with director Ryoo Seung-wan.

Jun Ji-hyun who just surprisingly announced her relationship, is looking forward to the release of the movie "The Thieves" and will join "In Berlin" with Ryoo Seung-wan, Han Suk-kyu, Ha Jung-woo and more.

Ha Jung-woo is at the busiest he's ever been in Chungmuro and is filming two other things besides "In Berlin". He is looking forward to the release of movie "Nameless Gangster", which he shot with Choi Min-sik, and "Love Fiction" with Gong Hyo-jin.

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