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"Glass Garden" Moon Geun-young was cast thanks to "Cinderella's Sister"

2017/10/15 | 496 views | Permalink | Source

Director Shin Su-won of the movie "Glass Garden" explained how she cast Moon Geun-young.

At the "Glass Garden" Open Talk in Haeundae, Busan on the 15th. Moon Geun-young, Kim Tae-hoon, Seo Tae-hwa, Im Jung-woon, and director Shin Su-won were present.

Shin Su-won explained, "I watched "Cinderella's Sister" and noticed Moon Geun-young. It was different seeing her in a drama. She wasn't what I thought she'd be".

"She had a line that said, 'I'm going to become a tree' in the drama "Autumn in my Heart". So I made her a tree in this movie".

"Glass Garden" is a mystery drama based on a best-selling novel. A writer (Kim Tae-hoon) publishes a best-selling novel about a natural scientist named Jae-yeon (Moon Geun-young) who studies artificial blood in a glass garden. It's to be released on the 25th.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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