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'Bad Guys Always Die' Son Ye-jin and Chen Bolin enjoy a romantic date on white sand of beach

2015/12/07 Source

Movie 'Bad Guys Always Die' has unveiled new still images featuring Son Ye-jin and Chen Bolin, who enjoy a date on a beautiful beach.

In the revealed still images, Son Ye-jin and Chen Bolin look lovely together spending their time together on white sand of a beach in Jeju.

Another image show Son Ye-jin and Chen Bolin striking a pose together during recess time in between filming sessions. Son Ye-jin with her arms around Chen Bolin's shoulders show off their friendship.

Movie 'Bad Guys Always Die' is a Korean and Chinese joint film directed by Kang Je-gyu, Xiaogang Feng, Hao Sun. The movie depicts a series of events a group of Chinese youngsters get to experience when they meet a mysterious Korean woman, played by Son. The movie has been released in China on the 17th of last month. The movie release date in Korea is January 21st next year.

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