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Park Ye-jin, Kim Soo-ro, Ji Hyun-woo start "Mr. Idol"

2011/04/10 | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Ye-jin and actors Kim Soo-ro and Ji Hyun-woo have been cast in the movie "Mr. Idol".

Daisy Entertainment revealed, "Park Ye-jin, Kim Soo-ro, Ji Hyun-woo, Im Won-hee, Jay Park and more have been cast and the movie cranked in on the 28th of February".

"Mr. Idol" is a comedy about Sa Hee-moon (Kim Soo-ro) and Oh Goo-joo (Park Ye-jin) getting together rebels and creating a national idol group.

Kim Soo-ro is chairman of Star Music, Sa Moon-hee. This character is actually from analyzing and synthesizing famous chairmen.

Kim Soo-ro will go against producer Oh Goo-joo from Champion Music. She will gather rebels and try to create them into a nation idol group.

Ji Hyun-woo is the lead vocal Lee Yoo-jin in Mr. Children, a group Oh Goo-joo made. Not only that, Im Won-hee, Ko Chang-seok, Jang Young-nam, Joo Jin-mo-I, Jay Park, idolg group U-Kiss and other actual idol stars will make appearances in the movie.

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