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"Call" Oh Jung-se Shows a New Side After "When the Camellia Blooms" and "Stove League"

2020/02/19 Source

Park Ho-san, Oh Jung-se and Lee Dong-hwi are going to undergo a transformation for the film "Call".

"Call" is a mystery thriller about two women who live in the past and the present, connecting through a phone call.

Park Ho-san, who made an impression on the public with his unique and comical ways, stars in "Call" as Seo-yeon's (Park Shin-hye) dad, who she trusts and depends on. He left the world 20 years ago, but is revived by Seo-yeon and Yeong-sook's (Jun Jong-seo) dangerous choice.

Oh Jung-se, who is creating his 'character of a lifetime' in everything he's in, such as "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips", "Extreme Job", "When the Camellia Blooms" and "Stove League", plays Seo-yeon's dad's friend, Seong-ho. He's been running a strawberry farm since 20 years ago near Seo-yeon's house. This time, Oh Jung-se returns as a serious character without a hint of laughter.

Lee Dong-hwi from "Extreme Job", "My First Client", "Answer Me 1988" and "Pegasus Market" takes on the role of constable Baek Min-hyeon, who digs into the mysterious case surrounding Seo-yeon and Yeong-sook. Lee Dong-hwi is also expected to show off his strong presence through a new thriller performance.

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"Call" is directed by Lee Chung-hyun, and features Park Shin-hye, Jun Jong-seo, Kim Sung-ryung, Lee El, Park Ho-san, Oh Jung-se. Release date in Korea: 2020/03.

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