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[ChanMi's movie news] Movies "Portrait of a Beauty" similar to "Painter of the Wind"

2008/07/23 | Permalink | Source

Movie "Portrait of a Beauty" has finished casting!

Kim Nam-gil who has been filming as "Lee Han" will be joining this movie.

This new movie set in the Chosun era contains the creative idea that the genious artist Sin Yoon-bok is actually a woman! Kim Nam-gil's role is of a man who teaches this artist in a man's world to fall in love as a woman.

Sin Yoon-bok, Kim Gyu-ri is loved by Kang Moo, Kim Nam-gil and her teacher Kim Hong-do, Kim Young-ho. And a Geisha, Choo Ja-hyun is jealous of these two men fallen in love with the artist.

Beauty Island is actually a masterpiece the main character has painted in which the whole melodramatic movie is about.

This long awaited movie will be released this Fall!

Park Shin-yang and Moon Geun-young's movie "Painter of the Wind" is also a similar story! More updates to come on its details!

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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