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Kim Joo-hyuk and Lee Si-young's "Couples", solves the couple mystery?

2011/07/04 | Permalink | Source

The movie that will solve all couple mysteries, "Couples" has finished shooting and has cranked up.

"Couples" is a romantic comedy that draws the unexpected man-woman relationships through five couples. Kim Joo-hyuk, Lee Yoon-ji, Lee Si-young, Gong Hyung-jin are included in the cast.

The last scene was the dating scene of Na-ri (Lee Si-young) who wanders around like a wind looking for love and Byeong-chan (Gong Hyung-jin) who believes there is no true love. The way Na-ri is looking at Byeong-chan in the romantic atmosphere brings out curiosity.

All the actors and actresses stayed to watch the last scene. Kim Joo-hyuk and Lee Yoon-ji said, "The last shooting is always enjoyable and lament but "Couples" is even more so".

Director Jeong Yong-ki from "Once Upon a Time" and "Descendants of Hong Gil-dong" has the megaphone and the movie is to be released at the later half of this year.

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