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Korean actress Bae Doona greets to the house on the occasion of the opening day of a Japanese Film 'Linda Linda Linda'

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Korean actress Bae Doona greeted to the house in Shibuya, Tokyo on July 23 on the occasion of the opening day of a Japanese Film 'Linda Linda Linda' in which she starred.

"Linda, Linda, Linda" takes its name from the '80s hit by The Blue Hearts, a legendary Japanese punk rock band. Bae Doo-na took charge of vocal as a Korean student studying in Japan in this cinema.

Cast members formed a band called Paranmaumu for the movie. Paranmaumu is derived from Bae's native Korean and means fresh heart.

Through her stage greeting, she said: "When I was a high school student, I was so quiet, the idea of joining a rock band was simply unthinkable", "It's like a dream to be able to be in a band like this".

"Linda Linda Linda" received rave reviews from Japanese film experts in February at the movie's first preview showing.

Bae is well known for her movie, "Dog of Flanders", where her wacky character wore a signature yellow hooded sweat shirt. But it was "Plum Blossoms" that graduated Bae from runway model to actress.

In the movie "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance", with director Park Chan-wook, Bae aptly showed viewers her passion and talent. The actress has also ventured into theater. With the play "Sunday Seoul", she followed in her mothers footsteps.

She then starred in the Japanese movie "Linda Linda Linda", playing a second-generation Korean living in Japan.

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