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Go Ah-sung will join Im Si-wan in 'A Melody to Remember', most likely

2015/04/01 | 677 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Go Ah-sung will join Im Si-wan. It is a perfect pairing up of A-list actors. Go Ah-sung has been offered the female lead in movie 'A Melody to Remember' starring Im Si-wan.

She has been offered the female leading role for 'A Melody to Remember' and is wrapping up the last stage to conclude the offer. As far as there is no significant interference, it will be her next project.

'A Melody to Remember' is director Lee Han's new film, who produced "Punch" and 'Thread of Lies'. It will start filming soon. This human drama depicts the stories of children's choir that actually existed during Korean War. Go Ah-sung will play pianist for the choir, pairing up with Im Si-wan, with the expectations on their warm chemistry.

Since the movie depicts humanism in the set of wartime and the two young popular actor and actress will join in the film, it is attracting much attention.

As Go Ah-sung appeared in 'Thread of Lies' previously, it will work out pretty well for her when working again with diector Lee Han.

Since Go Ah-sung delivered the oustainding performance in "The Host", 2006, she became one of the next generation A-lister actresses for her role in "Snowpiercer". Go Ah-sung also has been receiving good reviews for her role in SBS' 'Heard It Through the Grapevine' in terms of her mature and impressive acting performances.

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