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"Chronicle of a Blood Merchant" Ha Jung-woo calls Ha Ji-won a 'salmon'

2014/12/17 | Permalink | Source

Ha Jung-woo compared his co-stars to food.

The premier of "Chronicle of a Blood Merchant" was held at CGV Apgujeong on the 17th. Ha Jung-woo, Ha Ji-won, Jung Man-sik, Kim Sung-kyun, Jeon Hye-jin, Jang Gwang, Lee Kyung-young and others were there.

Ha Jung-woo was asked to compare everyone to food. He said it was tough then he said, "Lee Kyung-young is like steamed beef ribs. He's heavy. Jang Gwang is like stew. It takes a lot of time to bring him to be where he is today".

Kim Sung-kyun said, "He's a side dish. Potatoes or fermented cucumbers. Jeon Hye-jin is not Korean. She's like a pasta. Jung Man-sik is a vegetable. He's rough on the outside and maybe not tasty, but he's sweet on the inside.

Ha Jung-woo added, "Ha Ji-won is like salmon. She's active in that way. She has homing instinct or it could be loyalty. She knows where to come back to".

Meanwhile, "Chronicle of a Blood Merchant" is based on an original novel about Heo Sam-gwan (Ha Jung-woo), a poor aimless character, who gains a beautiful wife (Ha Ji-won) and three sons. This movie will release on the 15th.

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