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Park Yong-woo's behind-the-scenes from movie 'Pure Love - Movie'

2016/01/15 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Yong-woo's behind-the-scenes images from movie "Pure Love - Movie" have been revealed.

On January 15th, Park Yong-woo's agency Prain TPC posted the four images on their official SNS account.

The images show Park Yong-woo responding to an interview in between the breaks on the filming set or reviewing his images taken for posters. His well-toned body looks impressive.

The two actors, Park Yong-woo and Do Kyung-soo play one same character in "Pure Love - Movie". This unique setting in the story drew much attention. Park Yong-woo said during the press conference on last January 4th, "Since we play one same character, I thought Kyeong-soo was myself. I studied about him a lot and became to know more about him", expressing his affection toward his fellow junior actor.

Park Yong-woo played various roles across charismatic figure and softhearted sole in movies such as "Late Spring", "Children...", and "Once Upon a Time" as well as in dramas including 'Life Tracker Lee Jae-goo', 'My Love, Butterfly Lady', and 'Jejoongwon'. He is now ready to present the sophisticated emotions of his role, a radio DJ Hyeong-joon.

"Pure Love - Movie" depicts ardent first love story as well as deep friendship among five friends through a letter delivered from 23 years ago. The heartwarming sentimental film is released on February 24th.

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