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Yoon Sang-hyun debuts with movie "Tone-Deaf Clinic"

2012/04/17 | 1280 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Yoon Sang-hyun (39) is attempting at a movie this time.

Yoon Sang-hyun's management MGB Entertainment revealed on the 17th that Yoon Sang-hyun confirmed to star in the movie "Tone-Deaf Clinic".

This movie is a romantic comedy directed but Kim Jin-young about a woman who tries to regain her tone for the man she loves. Yoon Sang-hyun takes on the role of Shin Hong, the best instructor there is for the tone-deaf. Park Ha-sun is being talked about as his opposing role.

Yoon Sang-hyun explained, "While I was searching for a new role to present to the public, I came across the script for this movie and thought I would be able to express Shin Hong better than anyone else". He is currently preparing for the movie with piano and guitar lessons.

"Tone-Deaf Clinic" will start shooting at the start of next month.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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