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Bride-to-be Jun Ji-hyun goes to Berlin instead of honeymoon!

2012/03/19 | Permalink | Source

Shoot starts on the 16th, four days after the wedding.

Top star Jun Ji-hyun's movie "In Berlin" that even changed her wedding date is finally sallying. According to a movie official, "In Berlin" will start shooting in Korea on the 16th of April and earliest by the 24th and latest by the 27th, everyone will be headed for Germany. "In Berlin" has been a matter of interest for a while as it is relevant to the wedding of Jun Ji-hyun, a member of the cast besides, Han Suk-kyu, Ryoo Seung-bum and Ha Jung-woo.

Jun Ji-hyun was to get married on the 2nd of June in Seoul but as "In Berlin" got delayed, she pulled her wedding date even faster to "concentrate on the movie" to the 13th of April. For the reason that overseas take of the movie was quite an amount, the production had been naturally delayed and delayed. The final schedule has been confirmed for the end of April. A month to a month and a half will be spent in Berlin and Latvia, Germany. The rest of the movie will be made in Korea after that.

"In Berlin" is about an agent and his wife who get abandoned in Germany from North Korea.

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