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Go Ah-sung's next movie "Thread of Lies"

2013/08/19 | Permalink | Source

Go Ah-sung chose to star in the movie "Thread of Lies".

Ko Ha-seong takes on the leading role of Man-ji.

Man-ji is a character to looks for traces of her suicidal sister Cheon-ji. She is eager and very outspoken, Man-ji blames herself for not being able to stop her timid and quiet sister from killing herself.

Go Ah-sung works with mother Kim Hee-ae this time. Hyeon-sook is a single mom who works in a supermarket, earning money for herself and her daughters Man-ji and Cheon-ji after her husband passed away early. She also loses one daughter but still struggles to live on with her other daughter.

Go Ah-sung said, "I didn't have difficulty in deciding. I read the scenario and truly felt the eagerness of the characters trying to live their remaining lives".

"I am happy to work with Kim Hee-ae and I'm going to absorb everything I see, hear and feel".

Go Ah-sung recently signed an official contract with her agency and starred in "Snowpiercer".

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