She will take on the role as the daughter of Ryoo Seung-ryong who is mentally lacking and a law student who is both pure and bold at the same time.
4HIM Entertainment revealed, "Park Shin-hye had various options to browse from but she thought "December 23rd" was the best choice for her. This movie should express something about Park Shin-hye that's never been seen before".
Park Shin-hye said, "When I first read the scenario I was crying. It has emotion and laughter as well as tears".
Meanwhile "December 23rd' is about a father and daughter which reminds us of the human drama "I Am Sam".
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