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Lee Joon-ik to direct Sol Kyung-gu in "Hope"

2013/01/23 | 513 views | Permalink | Source

Director Lee Joon-ik is reattempting at a commercial movie.

After his failure in "Battlefield Heroes", he's coming back for the first time in 2 years. The main character will be played by Sol Kyung-gu and the major casting is in process.

Lotte Entertainment claims, "Director Lee has come back in demand. He related to the theme of the movie and accepted the production's offer".

"Hope" is about So-won's family overcoming their worst troubles and getting back up again. Sincere comfort can be delivered from this message.

Many are looking forward to see if Lee Joon-ik can bring together the audience once again. Lee said, "I want to make the saddest thing the happiest story. I will create a human drama which hope starts from".

"Hope" is going to crank in this mid-year and aims to release at the later half of the year.

Source : www.dispatch.co.kr/ne...

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