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Lee Na-young will comeback to screens with 'Howling'

2010/12/09 | 1145 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Na-young is back on the screen.

By "Howling", which will be directed by Yoo Ha and released next year, Lee Na-young started her first step for her screen comeback. An official from "Howling" said, "As we contacted few actresses, the main character was narrowed to Lee Na-young. We are not officially contracted with papers yet, but there is a pretty good chance that she is in".

An official from Lee Na-young's company also said, "She got the script of "Howling". She positively reviewed her appearance in "Howling"".

"Howling" is a thriller about tracking a murder case by using a hybrid of a wolf and a dog. Lee Na-young might be appearing as a fresh detective. A veteran detective, who will work with Lee Na-young, will be played by Song Kang-ho.

Lee Na-young is having a break after the shooting of drama 'The Fugitive Plan B'.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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