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Park Shin-hye, Jo Jung-suk and Do Kyung-soo to star in "My Annoying Brother"

2015/10/18 | 5730 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Shin-hye is starring in the movie "My Annoying Brother".

"My Annoying Brother" is the story of a fraud brother (Jo Jung-suk) suddenly appearing in front of his popular Judo athlete brother (Do Kyung-soo) and living with him.

Jo Jung-suk and Do Kyung-soo were cast previously and now with Park Shin-hye, the cast is complete. Jo Jung-suk plays Doo-sik, an imbecile brother who lies about his national athlete brother to gets himself bail from prison. Do Kyung-soo plays Doo-yeong, a former national athlete who was in an unfortunate accident a day before the nationals.

Park Shin-hye plays Soo-hyeon, a Judo coach who tries to convince Doo-yeong into leading a second life.

Park Shin-hye said, "I felt comforted the whole time I read the scenario. I want the audience to feel what I felt".

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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