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Song Joong-ki and Zhang Ziyi's ad cost billions in won

2016/07/14 | Permalink | Source

Hallyu star Song Joong-ki and Chinese top star Zhang Ziyi are starring in an ad together.

This advertisement is being taken in Hollywood, USA.

According to reports, the brand that's producing this advertisement spent millions of Yuan in just shooting the ad alone, and Korean Won which equals billions. Several locations were surveyed prior to the making and those who are in charge of make-up, hair and styling, are the best there is.

The ad is being taken in a hotel pool that overlooks the ocean. A yacht was put in the background for better scenery.

Fans can't wait to see this new ad just because it's the work of the greatest Hallyu star Song Joong-ki and Chinese top star Zhang Ziyi.

Meanwhile, Song Joong-ki is currently in the making of "The Battleship Island" and has a fan meeting coming up on the 16th in Shanghai, China.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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