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Ha Jung-woo's debut movie "Roller Coaster"

2012/11/26 | 577 views | Permalink | Source

Ha Jung-woo has become a director.

Ha Jung-woo's debut movie "Roller Coaster" is a comical movie about the various passengers and Hallyu star Ma Joon-gyu (Jung Kyung-ho) on board a plane that meets a storm and is about to crash. Ha Jung-woo wrote the scenario and is directing a movie for the first time.

Jung Kyung-ho takes on the role of the Hallyu star. This is his first movie since his discharge from military service. Kim Sung-kyun from "Nameless Gangster" and "Neighbors" as well as Kim Byung-ok are in this movie.

Ha Jung-woo's agency claims, "Ha Jung-woo is an intricate person who has analyzed and interpreted his characters until now in his work. "Roller Coaster" contains the know-how's and experience of an actor who has been in over 20 movies himself".

"This movie is a real comedy that shows events and happenings of the story as it gets more and more interesting. Humanity can be seen through the witty comments and lines".

Ha Jung-woo's "Roller Coaster" will crank in on the 26th of November and be released in the later 2013.

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