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Kim Yunjin to star in Kang Full's original work

2012/02/13 | Permalink | Source

World Star Kim Yunjin will be coming back to screens with movie "Neighbors" which is based on a comib by Kang Full.

According to the movie industry on the 14th, Kim Yunjin has confirmed to star in the movie "Neighbors" and is waiting for the making to start. She will be coming back a year after the 2011 movie "Heartbeat".

She sought a way to parallel Korean and overseas activities as she was offered several jobs after the season end of American drama "Lost". She decided to settle with "Neighbors" as an initial plan for a Korean movie didn't work out.

Another one of Kang Full's comics are being movie-fied including "Neighbors", "A.P.T", "BA:BO", and "Late Blossom". "Neighbors" is a thriller about the events that happen when a murderer lives next door.

This original was greatly popular for the contents of it not only being about the serial killer but about the neighbors getting together to help each other out. Writer Kim Hwi is well known for his ability to spread out characters like he did in the movies "Haeundae" and "Harmony".

Ma Dong-seok from "Perfect Game" and "Nameless Gangster" will be starring in "Neighbors" with Kim Yunjin.

The movie will complete casting soon and start shooting at the end of this month at the earliest.

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