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Jang Geun-suk, becomes a father

2008/06/26 | 6665 views |  | Permalink | Source

Twenty-two-year-old youth star Jang Geun-suk is changing into a father of two in the movie "Baby and I".

"Baby and I" is a comedy about a 19-year-old child Joon-su (Jang Geun-suk) who meets a baby and begins to live with him. It is a totally different story from the Japanese comic with the same name.

Jang Geun-suk, who has captured the hearts of older female fans with "Hwangjin-i" and "Hong Gil Dong", is making a 180-degree change. He will give a manly vibe, playing a popular nineteen-year-old high school student who fights against 17 people and rides off on a motorcycle. The change doesn't stop here. Although he is overwhelmed with the sudden appearance of a baby, he busies himself to take care of the baby, which will provoke the motherly instincts of female watchers.

It has finished filming in April, is currently in the later stages of production, and will premiere in August.

Source : news.naver.com/main/r...

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