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[ChanMi's movie news] Soon to be father, Park Myung-soo dubbing in "Baby and I"

2008/07/02 | 2092 views | Permalink | Source

The comedian Park Myung-soo most famous for the popular TV show "Infinity Challenge" becomes a movie star?!

Does dubbing count?

Park Myung-soo will be dubbing for Mason's voice in the movie "Baby and I". His loud hollering voice will be fit for the tough baby Woo-ram (Moon Mason).

There were many stars who dubbed for animation movies, but never for a Korean movie. So, Park Myung-soo will be the first to embark upon this challenge!

The only person who can best take on this role of a roug-tough baby Woo-ram will be Park Myung-soo!

It is heard that he has been practising hard to perfect his voice and character for such an adorable child. Staffs for the movie said that they were shocked when he became so emersed in his role.

We await how Woo-ram's voice and witty remarks will entertain us this hot August.

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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