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"Although I Was Born" Lee Sang-yeob, Jun Ji-hyun then Han Ye-seul

2011/03/02 | 2645 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Sang-yeob, who plays Jang Hyuk's handsome friend in "Midas" (written by Choi Wan-gyoo directed by Kang Sin-hyo and Lee Chang-min-I) has been cast to be Han Ye-seul's man.

In the movie "Although I Was Born", he is an attractive fund manager. He let himself be known by making a surprise appearance as Jun Ji-hyun's boyfriend in "A Man Who Was Superman".

"Although I Was Born" is about a real stingy girl and a boasting guy without a job who have a project to collect 200 million won in this high unemployment state. Han Ye-seul and Song Joong-ki have been cast for the movie.

Lee Sang-yeob is tall, handsome, sentimental and talented fund manager, Kwan-woo. He steals the heart of Hong-sil (Han Ye-seul) who has no interest for anything but money.

He joined the army in 2009 and was discharged last November. He has since then been cast for drama "Midas" and movie "Although I Was Born".

The movie "Although I Was Born" will crank in early 2011 and be released later 2011.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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