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Kwon Sang-woo Delivers Realistic Comedy in "Love, Again"

2019/09/09 | 394 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kwon Sang-woo is starring in the upcoming movie "Love, Again" this October as Hyeon-woo, an individual who dreams of being single.

Kwon Sang-woo has formed his own image in comedy flicks like "My Tutor Friend", "Once Upon A Time In Highschool", "Almost Love" and dramas "Stairway to Heaven", "Yawang" and "Mystery Queen". This time, in "Love, Again", he puts on the act of a pathetic character who struggles for a single life he always dreamed of.

"Love, Again" is a rom-com about the single lives of three men and women when Hyeon-woo (Kwon Sang-woo) finally gets divorced from Seon-yeong (Lee Jung-hyun), but she appears in his life again, this time with his old friend, Sang-cheol (Lee Jong-hyuk). Kwon Sang-woo goes from high-tension, in acting out Hyeon-woo who finally gets divorced and yells "Freedom!", to pathetic, when he meets his ex-wife again. Will he be able to live on the single life he'd always dreamed of when his wife is in love with his friend?

"Love, Again" comes out in October.

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"Love, Again" is directed by Park Yong-jib, and features Kwon Sang-woo, Lee Jung-hyun, Lee Jong-hyuk, Sung Dong-il, Jung Sang-hoon, Kim Hyun-sook. Release date in Korea: 2019/10.

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