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[ChanMi's drama news] "Bestseller" casting Uhm Jung-hwa

2010/02/06 Source

Singer and movie star, Uhm Jung-hwa ha has lost 7 kg for her upcoming movie!

This movie will be titled, "Bestseller" which is based on the story of the bestseller writer and the copyright for the first time in Korea. This hysterical bestseller writer Baek Hee-soo role will be taken by Uhm Jung-hwa.

The writer is known to chain smoke when she is working and when writing is not going well, she would toss the computer on the floor. And she even pressures her daughter Yeon-hee acted by Park Sa-rang to tell her a story that almost seems psychotic. This sensitive acting and detailed expressions make this role a difficult challenge.

The delicate emotions are practiced way before filming and Uhm has even stayed in Kwang-ju during Christmas to get in character. 

Uhm takes on the disheveled hair and no make-up look.

This "Bestseller" also starring Ryu Seung-ryong will be released in April.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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