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Son Ye-jin & Kim Joo-hyeok's new film "My wife got married" will crank in on 10th

2008/02/07 | 373 views |  | Permalink | Source

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Actor Son Ye-jin and Kim Joo-hyeok's first cooperative film, "My Wife Got Married" (Directed by Jeong Yoon-soo, Produced by Jupiter Film) held a traditional success ceremony before crank-in.

The ceremony was held on 4th, in the presence of main actor Son Ye-jin, Kim Joo hyeok, the director Jeong Yoon-soo and about 100 staffs.

The film "My Wife Got Married" is based on an original novel, where an attractive character 'In-ah' argues to have two husbands. Already 9 out 10 people who have read the novel chose Son Ye-jin for the role of 'In-ah'. Many agree that this is a perfect customised casting for the role.

Many audiences place high expectation for Son Ye-jin's new transformation as well as toward Kim Joo-hyeok, who seem to be a sweet romanticist who will endure anything under the name of love.

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