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Shim Eun-kyung, the youngest hit maker

2014/02/17 | 908 views | Permalink | Source

Within 27 days of release, the movie "Miss Granny" star Shim Eun-kyung has set a record of 20.6 million audiences altogether including the movies "Sunny - 2010" and "Masquerade".

Shim Eun-kyung debuted in 2004 at the age of 10 with the drama "Sweet Buns" and built on her filmography until now with movies and dramas. Her abilities to express and act has already made her one of every director's favorite young actresses.

She is responsible for the 7.45 million's laughs of the 2011 movie "Sunny - 2010" and 12.3 million tears of "Masquerade".

She starred in her first movie since becoming of age and that's "Miss Granny". She took on the role of Oh Doo-ri, a twenty year-old granny and was careful not to miss anything from talking and walking like a granny.

Shim Eun-kyung has already imprinted a good impression this year and many wonder how far her abilities will stretch.

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