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[ChanMi's movie news] Kang Hye-jung returns through new film

2009/03/28 | 826 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kang Hye-jung's unique character is back!

She is like a cameleon able to perfectly act different characters; as a sad and cynical beauty in "Old Boy", loveable Yeo-il in "Welcome to Dongmakgol", powerful and bold art student in "Rules of Dating", " and the innocent and pure girl in "Herb". She has been all these with different colors of attrativeness.

She will be in a new film, "Why Did You Come to My House - Movie" costarring wiht Park Hee-soon, and Seungri. Her role is of Lee Soo-kang who is unique and in her own bubble with a un-namable new fashion sense.

Lee Soo-kang character is contagious!

You will fall in love with her peculiar acts of saying "I'm Back" barging into a home she's never in before, finishes what she must fulfill and leaves!

The film is to be released first week of April!

Source : news.cyworld.com/view...

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