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Movie 'Fate' (Sookmyung) starring Kwon Sang-woo and Song Seung-heon sold to Japan

2007/08/21 Source

The movie "Fate" (Sookmyung) starring Kwon Sang Woo and Song Seung Heon has been sold to Japan prior to its opening.

nTorino which also invested in the movie announced on the 21st, "Japanese rights to the movie 'Sookmyung' have been sold to Formula Entertainment in Japan at $2 million".

Formula Entertainment is a subsidiary of Forumla Music that is in charge of movie production, acquisitions, and investment.

The movie which has completed filming approximately 50% has been gathering attention as the returning piece for Song Seung-heon and Ji Sung after their military duties.

nTorino commented, "Because Hallyu movies sales decreased to include only '200 Pounds Beauty', 'Hwang Jin Yi', and a few others, we are looking forward to the sales of 'Sookmyung' abroad".

The movie which follows the story of four friends who cross fates after betraying each other is scheduled to be released this year.

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