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HAN Ye-ri to Dupe Suitors as WORST WOMAN

Sep 18, 2015
  • Writerby Pierce Conran
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New Film from Indie Director KIM Jong-kwan
 
 
Haemoo star HAN Ye-ri has been tapped as the lead in Worst Woman, the new film from indie filmmaker KIM Jong-kwan. In it, she plays a woman who changes her personality and appearance every time she meets a new man, particularly over the course of one, when she meets three different men.
 
Featuring as the respective men will be LEE Hui-joon, HAN’s Haemoo co-star, as a cafe owner, GWON Yool, a supporting star in Roaring Currents and Tabloid Truth last year, as a rookie actor, and Japanese performer IWASE Ryo, the lead actor in JANG Kun-jae’s breakout indie drama A Midsummer’s Fantasia, as a handsome Japanese novelist.
 
An acclaimed and prolific short filmmaker, KIM has developed a reputation on the festival for his inventive short form narratives and has helmed the omnibuses Lovers (2008) and Come, Closer (2010). Worst Woman is his first feature-length story.
 
Independent film distributor INDIESTORY Inc. announced that the film began production earlier this month.
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