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Lee Si-young and Oh Jung-se's "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips" to be released in February

2012/12/25 | 594 views | Permalink | Source

The movie "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips" is being released in February next year according to Show Box on the 26th.

"How to Use Guys with Secret Tips" is about a woman named Choi Bo-na (Lee Si-young) becoming an attractive woman with the help of a guaranteed man manual and relationship doctor Dr.Swalkski (Park Young-gyu).

Commercial director Choi Bo-na who is always ignored by men and isn't the least bit feminine discovers a video tape titled, "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips" and applies the instructions to real life, leading to a thrilling relationship with Hallyu star Lee Seung-jae (Oh Jung-se).

Lee Si-young, Oh Jung-se and Park Young-gyu's new movie wil present viewers with a new source of fun under the directing of Lee Wonsuk.

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