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Gong Yoo and Jung Yu-mi's "Silenced" cranks up... released later this year

2011/05/19 | Permalink | Source

Based on writer Gong Ji-young's best seller, movie "Silenced" cranked up on the 8th.

At the last scene taken in Daejeon, the lead character In-ho (Gong Yoo) and the group of protesters performed an intense fight while being attacked by a police sprinkler truck.

Being hit by strong water cannons, Gong Yoo really passed out a couple of times but managed to act emotional until the end.

In-ho's helper Yoo-jin (Jung Yu-mi) was warm and kind taking care of the children actors. After the last cut Gong Yoo said, "I am glad but sad it's over. I felt several feelings as In-ho and I hope many of you who watch the movie agree to these feelings".

Jung Yu-mi as well was proud and said, "I felt so many things while shooting this movie and I learnt a lot from the child actors who played their parts so well".

Meanwhile, "Silenced" will be released at the later end of the year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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