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[News] "Tower" is making it big, in Asia's biggest aqua studio

2011/06/21 | 729 views | Permalink | Source

Movie "Tower" did a demonstration of a special water slide shoot in the Goyang Aqua Studio on the 20th.

Director Kim Ji-hoon, Sol Kyung-gu, Son Ye-jin and Kim Sang-kyung showed up for the event.

Goyang Aqua Studio is the biggest water studio in Asia. The demonstration that was displayed this day was even more special because only Hollywood could have done something like it.

Director Kim Ji-hoon, who is directing both "Sector 7" and "Tower" said, "The highlight of "Tower" will be shot in the aqua studio. A place like this is a big gift and blessing for movie makers".

Sol Kyung-gu said, "I don't think we fall behind Hollywood. This is something Korean movies should be proud of".

"Tower" will start shooting in the Goyang Aqua Studio in full scale starting from the end of August.

Meanwhile, movie "Tower" is about the people fighting to survive in a burning building and will be released next year.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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