Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Lee Byung Hun And Kimura Takuya To Make Special Movie Appearance
Top star Lee Byung Hun will meet Japan's most popular star, Kimura Takuya in a film.
Lee Byung Hun's agency, BH Entertainment revealed on the 17th that "Lee Byung Hun will make a pro bono appearance in 'Hero,' a movie starring Kimura Takuya."
"Hero," a popular drama which debuted in 2001 on Fuji TV starred Kimura Takuya and Matsu Takako, and had over 30% of viewer ratings at the time. Even in Korea, it was broadcasted on cable and satellite TV.
This time, the drama "Hero," which will be turned into a movie, will feature the same main characters, and Lee Byung Hun will make a pro bono appearance opposite Kimura Takuya as a Korean police investigator. He will support Kimura Takuya, who plays a Japanese investigator who came to Korea to investigate a case.
About acting together in a film with Lee Byung Hun, Kimura Takuya expressed his expectations: "I think of it as an honor to work together in this world of movies. Even if the language is different, I want to enjoy the filming as we work for the same goal."
The "Hero" filming crew will be in Pusan this month to film on location. Presently, Lee Byung Hun, who is in the middle of filming the movie "Good Guy, Bad Guy, and Strange Guy" by director Kim Ji Woon, plans to have two days available to shoot "Hero."
This movie will also have a new actor Baek Do Bin, who is son of a movie actor Baek Yoon Shik, and will play the role of a Korean assistant who helps the Japanese police's investigation, and Ahn Gil Gang will play a Korean crime syndicate boss.
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Posted by myplot'blog at 4:01 AM