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Miss Conspirator wraps shoot

2011/12/26 | 424 views | Permalink | Source

South Korean action comedy starring Go Hyun-jung, "Miss Conspirator" wrapped shooting Dec. 15. Directed by Park Cheol-kwan, whose gangsters-and-monks comedy "Hi, Dharma" was a hit in 2002, the film is due for release in the first half of 2012.

A highly respected and popular actress in Korea, Go Hyun-jung is well-known from her TV series roles and performances in internationally-travelled films such as Hong Sang-soo's "Woman on the Beach" and "Like You Know It All" as well as Lee Jae-yong's "Actresses".

In her most recent role in "Miss Conspirator", Ko stars as a woman suffering from panic attacks that gets mixed up in the middle of a drug deal set up by the country's largest criminal organization while the police are chasing after them.

The film's last shoot took place in a warehouse in Tae-an. Co-stars Yoo Hae-jin and Lee Moon-shik faced off in an intense action scene they shot without stunt doubles. The two are familiar faces as character actors from films such as Ryoo Seung-wan's "The Unjust" (Yoo) and Lee Joon-ik's "Battlefield Heros" (Lee).

Up-and-coming international sales company 9ers Entertainment announced at the recent American Film Market (AFM) that it pre-sold "Miss Conspirator" to Thailand's STG.

Next Entertainment World, better known as N.E.W., is releasing the film in South Korea. The Top 3 distributor has also recently invested in and released films such as "Late Blossom", "Hello Ghost", "Blind" and "Poongsan".

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