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Ha Jung-woo chosen for "The Road Home - Movie"

2012/07/04 | 500 views | Permalink | Source

Directed by Pang Eun-jin

Actor Ha Jung-woo also known as the 'big thing' of Chungmuro is coming back with a movie.

Directed by former actress Pang Eun-jin, Ha Jung-woo will star in the movie "The Road Home - Movie" which was created by CJ Entertainment. No official papers have been signed yet but without major changes, it will become Ha Jung-woo's next project.

"The Road Home - Movie" is about a typical housewife who is framed for having delivered drugs and is imprisoned in a French prison. Ha Jung-woo is the kind husband who tries to prove his wife's innocence. This movie should be very touching as Ha Jung-woo is trying out a character that he's never tried before.

Ha Jung-woo succeeded with movies "Nameless Gangster" and "Love Fiction" early this year and is currently working on "In Berlin" with director Ryoo Seung-wan. Coming back to Korean next month, Ha Jung-woo is currently filming the domestic part of the movie.

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