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Kim Jee-woon comes back to promote new movie

2012/03/08 | Permalink | Source

Director Kim Jee-woon who is currently directing the Hollywood movie "The Last Stand", is coming back for a while on the 11th.

He is to return to Korea for 3 days to attend the press preview of "Doomsday Book" on the 12th.

"Doomsday Book" which is being released on the 5th of April, is an omnibus SF movie with the cast including Ryoo Seung-bum, Kim Kang-woo, Song Sae-byeok, Kim Gyu-ri, Jin Ji-hee, Go Joon-hee and others and directed by Yim Pil-sung and Kim Jee-woon.

Kim Jee-woon will attend the press preview of the movie and return to the States on the 13th. He has completed shooting the last of his first Hollywood movie "The Last Stand" and is into editing. He won't be able to attend other activities besides the press preview.

"Doomsday Book" is about the 3 different signs of the destruction of mankind and will be released on the 5th of April.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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