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"The Mafia Begins", starring Son Ho-jun and possibly Ham Eun-jung

2014/04/16 | 1058 views | Permalink | Source

T-ara member Ham Eun-jung might come back with the movie "The Mafia Begins".

Actor Son Ho-jun has confirmed a spot already in the movie but Ham Eun-jung is trying to take her time to make up her mind.

If she does decide to go along with the movie, it will be her first movie comeback in 3 years since "White: The Melody of the Curse".

"The Mafia Begins" is a series of the 2001 movie "The Mafia" which led to 2005 movie "The Mafia 2" and 2007 "The Mafia 3".

Lee Jang-woo and Son Ho-jun have confirmed cast and Lee Jang-woo will takes on the role of Gye Doo-sik which was Jung Joon-ho and Lee Sung-jae's usual role. Son Joon-ho takes on the role of Kim Sang-doo, previously played by Jung Woong-in and Kim Sung-min.

Meanwhile, Ham Eun-jung has starred in movies "Coffee House", "Ghastly" and "White: The Melody of the Curse".

Source : news.sportsseoul.com/...

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