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Ha Jung-woo on the verge of entering America

2011/08/31 | 650 views | Permalink | Source

Discussing main role for film noir.

Actor Ha Jung-woo is on the countdown to advancing into the United States. He has now joined the recent group of Chungmuro actors and directors who have been advancing into America.

He is being discussed about being the main character for a noir film that is being made in America. There have been no contracts yet but Ha Jung-woo and the American film company are very positive about this matter.

News about his advancement came from several film companies in Chungmuro. Currently filming the melodrama movie "Love Fiction", Ha Jung-woo strongly expressed the possibility of him going to America.

He already has experience working with an American company, in the 2007 movie "Never Forever". His English is also good enough that if he was to star in a Hollywood movie, he should have no problems with English lines. Is seems that he will decide soon on his Hollywood advancement.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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