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Yeo Jin-goo with life size cardboard cutout of Lee Min-ki

2015/01/16 Source

A press conference for film "Shoot Me in the Heart" took place in CGV Apgujeong, Seoul on January 16th.

On this day, Yeo Jin-goo posed with the life-size cardboard cutout of Lee Min-ki, who is currently serving in the military.

The film depicts a story that unfolds after a well behaved, shy mental health patient, Soo-myeong met a friend, Seung-min (Lee Min-ki) of his age, who acts unpredictably. Soo-myeong will go through a transformation from someone with close-minded personality to the one who tries actively to find a real life.

Yeo Jin-goo and Lee Min-ki met for the movie to play the characters of same age with the opposite personality. The brilliant combination of the two actors is drawing much attention. Also people are getting more interested as Yeo Jin-goo made various efforts to deliver the action scenes in the movie.

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