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Song Kang-ho and Yoo Ji-tae hold premiere of "Antarctic Journal" in Japan

2005/08/11 Source

Actors Song Kang-ho and Yoo Ji-tae held a press conference for their upcoming movie "Antarctic Journal" in Tokyo on Aug. 10 prior to its opening in Japan. Sankei Sports reported on Aug. 11 that Song's visit to Japan to promote his latest movie comes one year after his last visit.

"Antarctic Journal" was originally scheduled to open in Japan in early August but has been postponed until the end of the year. At the press conference, Song drew attention by complimenting his fellow actor, saying that Yoo was even more handsome and talented than Yonsama (Bae Yong-joon) because he walked 25 kilometers a day to prepare for his role in the movie.

After the press conference, Song and Yoo received ice sculptures as gifts.

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