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Jo Eun-sook in the movie "Bean Sprout"

2013/05/28 | 688 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Jo Eun-sook has been cast for the movie "Bean Sprout".

Jo Eun-sook takes on the role of In-sook. She is the wife of Nam-hyeok (Baek Do-bin) who influences the overall story and adds fun to it.

Jo Eun-sook debuted in 1996 and won the 17th Cheong Ryong Film Festival Best Actress Award and the 20th Golden Film Awards Best Rookie Actress Award.

She's been expanding her area of acting since then and recently starred in "My Daughter Seo-yeong" as Yoon So-mi and took on the role of Gae-baek's wife in the drama "The Great King's Dream". She currently stars in the drama "Gold, Appear!" as Hengja.

Jo Eun-sook said, "This is my first movie in a long time and I hope I deliver the same kind of pleasure I do in dramas as well".

Meanwhile, "Bean Sprout" is about a man who lives on with his daughter after losing his wife in an accident. Lee Ki-woo takes on the role of Il-hong, the lead character and Jang Hee-jin is his wife Joo-mi. To crank in this June.

Source : star.mk.co.kr/new/vie...

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