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[ChanMi's movie news] Uhm Tae-woong's fight against a wild hog!

2008/07/09 | 275 views | Permalink | Source

"Cha-woo", a movie of a fight against a man-eating wild hog has finished its filming of 5 months, finally!

The peaceful village proud of no crime for 10 years encounters a murders by a wild hog!

"Cha-woo" is 'Trap' in a Choong-chung-do dialect also known as 'man-eating wild hog'.

The movie was filmed in San Fransisco and in Korea with 50 different shoots.

Uhm Tae-woong is Kim Soon-kyeong from Seoul who comes to solve the peculiar crime with Jung Yu-mi, an investigator from animal preserves organization.

The two movie stars had to act as if they see a live man-eating wild hog in front of them. They will be one of the first movie stars to actually film this type of a movie.

They are now in the process of editting and finishing up this long-awaited film.

It wil be released this December so keep a look out for this man-eating wild hog!

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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