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Song Hye-kyo finished filming "A Reason to Live" in cold and pain

2011/03/22 | 4941 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Song Hye-kyo finished filming the movie "A Reason to Live" that took place for over 4 months, even in the cold and heartache.

She finished filming the last of the movie riding a bike along the Namsan road on the 22nd. This movie is about a documentary producer who lost her fiancé and a deserted genius girl.

This is Song Hye-kyo's first domestic movie after "Hwang Jin Yi".

She had started filming last December 1st and has done well for the past 4 months. She had to go through breaking up with Hyun Bin but remained professional.

She expressed, "I can't believe the shoot's over. I feel like I have to come out here again tomorrow. Everyone did such a good job and I am happy to have been able to work with director Lee Jeong-hyang. "A Reason to Live" has been my life's turning point".

"A Reason to Live" will be released soon after editing.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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