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Lee Honey Considers "The Clemente Course"

2019/07/16 | 268 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Honey is considering the film "The Clemente Course".

A media reported that Lee Honey was going to play the lead in this upcoming movie, with her agency later clarifying that the role was currently under consideration.

Lee Honey drew attention with the film "Extreme Job" and SBS drama "The Fiery Priest" this year.

"The Clemente Course" is a film adaptation of Earl Shorris's humanities education course, which teaches humanities at the college level to those living under economic distress, including the homeless, the poor, and prisoners. Lee Honey was offered the role of a part-time lecturer seeking a full-time humanities professor position in the film.

Attention is now focused on whether Lee Honey will take the role and show another side of her in "The Clemente Course".

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"The Clemente Course" is directed by Kim Kyung-mo, and features Lee Honey. Release date in Korea: 2020.

Source : /news.nate.com/view/2...

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