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Min Gyoo-dong's new film "Everything about my Wife" stars Im Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun, Ryu Seung-ryong

2011/10/25 | 2220 views | Permalink | Source

Im Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun and Ryu Seung-ryong have been cast for director Min Gyoo-dong's "Everything about my Wife".

Known for his detail and sensitivity, director Min Gyoo-dong from "My Lovely Week", "Antique", "The Last Blossom" and others is coming back with a new movie called "Everything about my Wife". This movie is about Jeong-in (Im Soo-jung), who is nothing but honest, Doo-hyeon, who thinks divorce is harder than love and Seong-gi, a Casanova who is perfect to separate them.

Im Soo-jung is perfect in theory but actually the worst wife possible, which puts her far away from her usual calm and young image. Sly and bad tempered chef Lee Sun-kyun from the popular dramas "Pasta" and "Petty Romance" is going to transform into shy and timid husband Doo-hyeon. Also, Ryu Seung-ryong, who was Jyu Sinta in the movie "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" is going to play the greatest Casanova of all.

Min Gyoo-dong's sensitive directing and the different appeals of Im Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun and Ryu Seung-ryong are expected to create a synergy effect. This movie will start shooting at the end of November.

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