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From Yoo Jeong-ho to Choi Wooshik, "Rosebud"

2016/01/17 | 1127 views | Permalink | Source

The new movie "Rosebud" has a line up.

The movie stars Yoo Ho-jung, Ha Yeon-soo, Park Sung-woong, Lee Won-geun, Oh Jung-se, Choi Wooshik and Chae Soo-bin.

"Rosebud" is based on Korean history from 1979 to 2015 about a woman named Hong Jang-mi who wanted to be a singer. The movie revolves around Hong Jang-mi and her daughter.

The movie also goes back and forth the present and the past which makes it easy for anyone to watch.

Yoo Ho-jung takes on the role of Hong Jang-mi who can sing, dance, sew and more. This is her first movie since the 2011 movie "Sunny - 2010".

Park Sung-woong is Myeong-hwan, Jang-mi's ex-boyfriend and an elite doctor. Jang-mi and Myeong-hwan broke up but he reunites with Jang-mi and her daughter and gives them help. Ha Yeon-soo, Lee Won-geun and Choi Wooshik are the younger versions of Yoo Ho-jung, Park Sung-woong and Oh Jung-se.

"Rosebud" will crank up this January.

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