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Kim Sae-ron answers to adult rated movie, "Manhole"

2014/09/03 | 2400 views | Permalink | Source

Young actress Kim Sae-ron spoke about her standards in choosing her work.

Kim Sae-ron, Jung Yu-mi, Jung Kyung-ho and director Shin Jae-young from the movie "Manhole" appeared for a conference on the 3rd.

Despite the fact that Kim Sae-ron is underage, she frequently stars in adult rated movies. About that, she said, "I don't choose them. I just read the scenarios and if I like the character, I do it".

"I practiced hand-signals for over a month to look deaf. You have to convey everything through gestures".

About Kim Sae-ron, Shin Jae-young said, "We shot a scene in a narrow tunnel. She must've been tired but whenever there's a 'cue' sign, she's different. She's very unique".

Meanwhile, "Manhole" is a thriller about a man who dominates the world under a Manhole and those who are kidnapped by him.

Kim Sae-ron plays a deaf girl named Soo-jeong who struggles to escape the Manhole with her developed senses. To be released this October.

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