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Kim Beom to attend Beijing International Film Festival

2015/04/15 | 703 views | Permalink | Source

 Actor Kim Beom is going to be on the Red Carpet at the 5th Beijing International Film Festival which is one of the top 5 festivals in China.

King Kong Entertainment claimed, "Kim Beom will be attending the Red Carpet event with Wang Li Kun and Joseph Cheng".

Kim Beom's Chinese movie which he led in and is being released on May 15, has been invited to the event. Song Hye-kyo is one other Korean star that has been to the Beijing International Film Festival.

Kim Beom stars in the movie as Kang Joong-woon, best friend and lover of the leading character.

Kim Beom will be meeting with various local press on this day.

He has been called the 'Asian Noble' all over Asia and has been appearing in Chinese movies and dramas and solidified his image as a 'top actor'.

Kim Beom comes back in June with the tvN drama "Hidden Identity".

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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