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Singer and actor Kim Jeong-hoon, first movie take in Busan

2011/06/30 | 4429 views | Permalink | Source

Singer and actor Kim Jeong-hoon has started filming "The Final Blow" in Busan.

He is currently playing the role of Kim Seong-soo who is troubled between lover of 10 years Seon-woo In-yeong (Jo Yeo-jung) and rookie actress Yoon Kang-hee (Ha Yeon-joo) in the tvN drama "I Need Romance".

In this movie, he will play the role of a very noble and pure man to women.

Kim Jeong-hoon said, "I am embarrassed to watch the drama. However, I gained confidence in my acting through the drama. The role in the movie is completely the opposite so I am analyzing the character a lot".

In the movie, he is about to show the conflict between father and son with actor Yoo Dong-geun.

Meanwhile, Kim Jeong-hoon is keeping it busy with a music documentary based on the Korean war, TV interviews with Japan and China and others.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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