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Jang Geun-suk confirmed to change as 'Kim Ha-neul's pet' from Moon Geun-youngs's husband

2011/02/15 | 4511 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Ha-neul and actor Jang Geun-suk have been cast as lead roles for the movie "You Pet".

Jan Geun-seok's company revealed on the 15th in a phone call with NewsN, "Geun-seok wanted to do this project, and he will show a totally different side of him from "Marry Me, Mary!". He isn't necessarily just going to be cute because he's a pet. He will be playing a whole new character. The filming will start this April".

The movie is based on a cartoon by Ogawa Ayomi and is about a relationship between a master and a pet understanding each other and building friendship.

Kim Ha-neul plays Ji-eun who is socially recognized with her outstanding looks and skills but a fool when it comes to personal relations and connections. Jang Geun-suk plays In-ho who has been popular since he was little and is a rising star in classic ballet.

Source : movie.daum.net/moviei...

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