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Kim Min-hee acts with Lee Seon-gyoon in movie "Helpless"

2011/05/23 | 468 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Kim Min-hee has been cast in director Byeon Yeong-joo's movie, "Helpless" with Lee Seon-gyoon.

This movie is about a man who searches for his fiancée who disappeared before the wedding and he falls into shock and terror as he gets to know this woman behind the veil.

Kim Min-hee is Seon-yeong the fiancée who is the center of all the cases and stories, who is believed to have been kidnapped.

Kim Min-hee's management raised expectations on this movie saying, "This movie will show a different side of Kim Min-hee never seen before".

"Helpless" is a dramatized version of the novel "Helpless" by mystery writer Miyabe Miyuki which is also the first movie in 7 years by director Byeon Yeong-joo.

Meanwhile, Kim Min-hee is the last Wild Card Seong Hyo-gwan in the movie "Moby Dick", the first ever conspiracy movie in Korea coming soon.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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