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Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won in "Today's Love"

2014/11/10 | Permalink | Source

The movie "Today's Love" is being released in January, next year.

Starring Lee Seung-gi and Moon Chae-won, "Today's Love" released stills of Hyeon-woo (Moon Chae-won) being drunk and hanging off Joon-soo's (Lee Seung-gi) back.

"Today's Love" is about men and women today who are busy poking here and there, but don't know how to love.

Lee Seung-gi plays the role of a teacher named Joon-soo who is always being dumped and Moon Chae-won is Hyeon-woo a weather forecaster who is rough and tough unlike her pretty looks.

This is Lee Seung-gi's first movie and he said, "I had fun. We all worked together really well and I hope the results are good".

Moon Chae-won said, "I can't believe it's over. I feel like coming back again tomorrow. I had a fun time and I think this romance movie will be like none seen before".

Meanwhile, "Today's Love" will be released in January 2015.

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