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Kim Kang-woo, Lee Hwi-hyang, Choi Min-sik in "In My End is My Beginning"

2013/04/02 Source

Actors Choi Min-sik, Kim Kang-woo and actress Lee Hwi-hyang made a special appearance in the movie "In My End is My Beginning".

"In My End is My Beginning" is a mellow movie about the secretive passion of men through love between a man and two women. While expectations are high for Hwang Jung-min, Uhm Jung-hwa and Kim Hyo-jin, Choi Min-sik, Kim Kang-woo and Lee Hwi-hyang made a special appearance in the movie.

Lee Hwi-hyang, a charismatic actress, was loyal to director Min Gyoo-dong and kept her promise to him. As the mother of Jeong-ha (Uhm Jung-hwa), she leaves a strong impression of charisma as she acts coldly towards Naru (Kim Hyo-jin) who had an affair with her daughter's husband Jae-in (Hwang Jung-min). Kim Kang-woo makes a short show as Jeong-ha's younger brother.

Choi Min-sik will appear in voice as the doctor who treated Jeong-ha's husband. Little surprises like this make the movie another thing to look forward to.

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