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BoA headlines in "Autumn Sonata"

2017/09/19 Source

BoA is headlining her first movie, "Autumn Sonata" which has been set for release on the 19th of October.

"Autumn Sonata" is about a twenty-nine year old woman named Soo-ryeon who has a love she can't have and a man named Joon whose goal in life is to marry her. This movie was released in the Jeonju International Film Festival where it completely sold out to raving audiences.

Based in the season of autumn, the two regular but special people will make us see love in a beautiful way.

Director Lim Wang-tae is a rookie director that stood out in 2017 and actress and former singer BoA takes on the role of Soo-ryeon in her first leading role. As Joon, actor Lee Hak-joo takes on the task of winning Soo-ryeon's affections. Oh Kwang-rok plays Soo-ryeong's father.

"Autumn Sonata" is expected to come out on the 19th of October. Pictured here is the newly released poster with BoA writing a letter looking both serious and lovely.

Source : www.sedaily.com/NewsV...

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