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Little Prince offers second chance

2008/01/09 | 550 views |  | Permalink | Source

Debuting director Choi Jong-hyeon's "Little Prince" is a drama with a feel-good factor which unfolds at a quiet pace. Tak Jae-hoon portrays an alcoholic who is traumatised by the loss of his wife and son, and he is ridden with guilt since he wasn't much of a father or husband.

Through circumstances, the man comes into the life of a chronic ill little boy who was abandoned at an orphanage by his mother when she started a relationship with a new man. The man is reluctant, but after a few meetings, the kind and brave boy melts the man's heart. The little boy is played by Kang Soo-han.

Actress Jo An features as an energetic young woman who works at the orphanage. She has a close relationship with the boy. Jo An previously acted in "Muoi : The Legend of a Portrait" and "Makeover Project" ("Go Go Sister"). TAK played in "Marrying the Mafia 3: Family Hustle" (""Marrying the Mafia III"").

CHOI directed short films and worked as a scenario writer. His first feature film "Little Prince" opens on January 17.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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