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Yoon Kye-sang and Go Joon-hee's "Red Carpet"

2013/06/23 | 904 views | Permalink | Source

Movie "Red Carpet" is cranking in.

The cast includes Yoon Kye-sang and Go Joon-hee as a couple and the others are Hwang Chan-sung, Jo Dal-hwan and Oh Jung-se.

Yoon Kye-sang takes on the role of a porn director of 10 years named Jeong-woo. Jeong-woo dreams of being a commercial movie director. He then meets Eun-soo and goes through a change.

Go Joon-hee takes on the role of Eun-soo, the nations kid actress turned into a movie actress and will be in romance with Jeong-woo.

The supporting acts are also outstanding. Hwang Chan-sung takes on the role of the youngest staff Dae-yoon, Oh Jung-se as the assistant director Jin-hwan and Jo Dal-hwan takes on the role of Joon-soo, a staff member.

Meanwhile, "Red Carpet" is a romantic comedy movie based on the experience of a real director, it cranks in this July and will be released at the end of this year.

Source : www.dispatch.co.kr/ne...

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