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Lee Yeon-hee shoots "My way", Jang Dong-gun's sister role, "It's an honor"

2011/03/28 | Permalink | Source

Lee Yeon-hee will start shooting movie "My Way".

Having cranked in last October, "My Way" is a Korea-Japanese collaboration by Kang Je-gyu and is about the unfortunate Korean army that took part in the D-Day during the Second World War.

Jang Dong-gun and Japanese actor Joe Odagiri have the lead and the movie has preceded about 60%. The actors are leaving for East Europe for the highlight scene of the movie in May.

Lee Yeon-hee is Jang Dong-gun's sister in the movie. According to a spokesperson, Lee Yeon-hee will shoot her part of the movie this week. She is Jang Dong-gun's sister but almost like a cameo. She recently said in an interview, "It's s small role but it's such a big scale movie I am honored just to be in it".

Lee Yeon-hee has been getting positive reviews about her act in the drama "Paradise Ranch" and is endlessly sweeping away advertisements.

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