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Bae Doona and Ha Jung-woo to co-star as a married couple in movie 'Tunnel'

2015/10/14 | 934 views | Permalink | Source

According to sources from film industry circles on October 14th, Bae Doona has recently confirmed to appear in director Kim Seong-hun's new film, "Tunnel".

An insider from Bae Doona's agency also said, "She has confirmed to appear in "Tunnel" and is preparing for it".

"Tunnel" is based on the novel with the same time by author So Jae-won. It is about a man, who is trapped in a tunnel and tries to get out of it. Ha Jung-woo will play the protagonist, who is trapped in a tunnel due to careless construction.

Kim Seong-hun's previous film, "A Hard Day" was watched by 3.44 million viewers last year. "Tunnel" is his new film after the success. Showbox Mediaplex had decided to be in charge of investment and distribution of this new film earlier.

Bae Doona plays Ha Jung-woo's wife in the movie. Oh Dal-soo on the synergy they will bring up.

Bae Doona is making a comeback to the Korean screen in one year and half since "A Girl at My Door", May 2014. She starred in 'Jupiter Ascending' by directors the Wachowskis early this year. She also starred in the American drama, Sense8.

"Tunnel" is slated to be released in the first half of next year and the filming begins within this month.

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