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Joo Jin-mo, Kim So-yeon and Park Hee-soon "Gabi" cranks in 29th

2011/03/23 | 2270 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Joo Jin-mo, Yoo Sun, Park Hee-soon and Kim So-yeon's new movie "Gabi" will crank in this 29th.

"Russian coffee" is about the secret mission of Japanese spies trying to get rid of King Gojong who was about to declare the Korean Empire in the period of Korean royal refuge at the Russian legation.

Joo Jin-mo is Russia's best shooter Ilichi who leads the story, Yoo Sun is Sadako who namipulates Ilichi and Park Hee-soon is King Gojong.

Kim So-yeon is Chosun's first barista Tanya who carries out the secret mission with Ilichi.

After confirmation of cast last December, they have been practicing horse-riding, Russian, Japanese and barista training to save the reality of the movie.

Meanwhile, this movie is based on the original by Kim Tae-hwan and directed by Jang Yoon-hyeon .

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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