Sunday, April 22, 2007
Kwon Sang Woo And Song Seung Hun To Appear Together For Their Next Movie
Simultaneously Casted In Director Kim Hae Gon's "Destiny"
After his close friend Song Seung Hun came back from military service, Kwon Sang Woo was casted in the movie "Destiny" (directed by Kim Hae Gon, and produced by MKDK M-net Media Inc.) for his comeback.
The production company MKDK for the movie "Destiny" revealed on the 19th that "after 'Almost Love,' Kwon Sang Woo chose 'Destiny' as his next project. The role he will be playing is the protagonist Jo Chul Joong, comes to a pitiful end because of his endless desires."
Kwon Sang Woo and Song Seung Hun are well-known in the entertainment community as close friends. Song Seung Hun had planned to appear in the drama "Sad Sonata" with Kwon Sang Woo, but because Song Seung Hun's military service issue grew bigger, he was not able to fulfill it as planned. When Kwon Sang Woo was still a rookie actor, they showed dynamic interaction in the movie "Make It Big!"
Director Kim Hae Gon revealed that the reason for his casting was that the image of Kwon Sang Woo, which seems tough but hides a gentleness inside, is just like the dual nature of the character Jo Chul Joong.
Even in the midst of a dispute with his previous agency and rumors of receiving threats from crime organizations, Kwon Sang Woo plans to appear in a drama right after confirming his next movie.
The movie Destiny, which portrays the friendship of four friends and their betrayal, is still in search for the remaining roles and aims to start filming next month on the 21th.
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Posted by myplot'blog at 7:26 PM