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Lee Yeon-kyung comes back with "Secretly and Greatly"

2013/06/04 | 360 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yeon-kyung is coming back to screens for the first time in 2 years with the movie "Secretly and Greatly".

Lee Yeon-kyung starred in the 2011 movie "Sunny - 2010" as the grown up version of Nam Bo-ra and this time she's coming back with "Secretly and Greatly".

Lee Yeon-kyung takes on the mother role of the brothers who tease Kim Soo-hyun, the neighborhood dummy.

About this movie based on an original web-toon, Lee Yeon-kyung says, "I had fun filming with Kim Soo-hyun, Son Hyun-joo, Shin Jung-geun, Jang Gwang, Park Hye-sook and the others. My role is not that great but what happens in the movie with Kim Soo-hyun is fun".

Meanwhile, "Secretly and Greatly" stars Ryu Hwan (Kim Soo-hyun), Hae-rang (Park Ki-woong) and Hae-jin (Lee Hyun-woo) who are the most elite North Korean troops. To be released on the 5th of June.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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