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Jo Yeo-jung and Kim Dong-wook in "The Concubine"

2011/10/20 | 2465 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Jo Yeo-jung and actor Kim Dong-wook will co-star in the movie "The Concubine", which has been an interest for many even before its production.

"The Concubine" is a historical melodrama movie based in the Chosun era, directed by Kim Dae-seung from "Bungee Jumping of their Own" and "Blood Rain". It has been in the rumor mill because of its script, but also because of the leading female role.

The leading actress is Jo Yeo-jung. She chose "The Concubine" as her next project following "The Servant" and according to an official, Kim Dong-wook, who is favored for his performance in various works, is also on board.

Jo Yeo-jung has especially been well praised for her oustanding performance in the movie "The Servant", in which she was prominently featured, something she will attempt again in "The Concubine".

The officials for the movie said, "There won't be too many scenes in which she is featured, but they will leave an impact".

"The Concubine" starts shooting next month.

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