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MC Yoo to Voice Act in 'Bee Movie'

2007/11/26 | 580 views | Permalink | Source

Top comedian and MC Yoo Jae-suk will do voice dubbing for his first time for the animation 'Bee Movie'.

The film's domestic distributor CJ Entertainment says Yoo will play the main role, the honeybee 'Barry', in the Korean language version of the film.

The Dreamworks production will open in Korea Jan. 3. In the original film, Barry was voiced by Jerry Seinfeld.

CJ says Yoo's casting was reflective of netizen's opinions.

Yoo said, "It's such an honor to play a role played by Seinfeld, recognized as the world's top comedian. I will do my best to live up to his name".

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