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[Sin Ha-gyoon, Ko Soo] Actors are actors

2011/07/25 | 878 views |  | Permalink | Source

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"How was the site filled with men? You will find out when you've been there. Actresses are a big help just by existing". (Sin Ha-gyoon) "I missed the smell of make-up.

The site was filled with smell of sweat, ammunition and dust. But unlike working with an actress it was comfortable talking and acting-wise". (Ko Soo) It looked like Sin Ha-gyoon playing Kang Eun-pyo and Ko Soo playing Kim Soo-hyeok in the movie "The Front Line" had a lot to say not only because it was tougher than other times.

They had to sleep in the same room with other actors like the army, and build on their memories. Sin Ha-gyoon, Ko Soo, Ryoo Seung-soo, Ko Chang-seok, Lee Je-hoon, Lee David, Kim Ok-bin and others tell their stories from the highlands which is also the background of the movie.

Sin Ha-gyoon

Ko Soo

Ko Chang-seok

Kim Ok-bin

Ryoo Seung-soo

Lee David

Lee Je-hoon

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