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Directors Jang Joon-hwan and Moon So-ri Describe Their First Meeting

2019/03/05 | 197 views | Permalink | Source

Director Jang Joon-hwan of "1987: When the Day Comes" talked about the day he met his wife Moon So-ri for the first time while on the JTBC TV show "Room Talk" in August last year.

The show was made up of 'Moon So-ri Specials' like her debut film "Peppermint Candy" and her first feature directing film "The Running Actress".

Moon So-ri and Jang Joon-hwan appeared on TV together for the first time in history.

Director Jang Joon-hwan said Moon So-ri landed herself in a role in "Peppermint Candy" over a competition rate of 2,000:1 and he fell for her at first sight.

He awkwardly re-acted himself saying, "Where did this beautiful actress come from?" at the time. He was embarrassed by his 'performance' and made everyone laugh.

Moon So-ri laughed and joked, "I thought we agreed to make it sound natural".

Moon So-ri and Jang Joon-hwan were in a secret relationship for a year until they got married in December of 2006.

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