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[Photos] "The Suspect" premiere, plentiful actors and actresses on the red carpet

2013/12/18 | 1983 views | Permalink | Source

The VIP premiere of the movie "The Suspect" was held on the 17th of December at COEX Megabox.

Gong Yoo, Park Hwi-soon, Jo Sung-ha, Yoo Da-in, Jo Jae-yun, Kim Sung-kyun and directed Won Shin-yun were there.

"The Suspect" is an action movie about an amazing agent named Ji Dong-cheol (Gong Yoo) tracking down the killer who killed all of his family. This is Gong Yoo's first movie since "Silenced" 2 years ago. To be released on the 24th of December.

Gong Yoo

Park Hee-soon

Jo Sung-ha

Yoo Da-in

 

Yeon Woo-jin

Seo Eun-chae

Kim Tae-hee

Bae Soo-bin

Seo Eun-ah

Ryu Hyun-kyung

Oh Hyun-kyung and Lee Sang-hoon-II

Lee Yoon-ji

Lee Chung-ah

Kwak Ji-min

Kim Yunjin

Kim Yoo-jung

Kim Ji-hoon-I

Son Ji-hyun

Jeon Se-hyun

Hyomin

Han Chae-ah

Ham Eun-jung

Min Dohee

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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