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[Photos] "Run-off" Soo Ae and Oh Yeon-seo out of the hockey uniform

2016/07/19 Source

The actresses of "Run-off" have taken off their hockey uniforms.

Pictures of Soo Ae, Oh Yeon-seo, Ha Jae-sook, Kim Seul-gi, Kim Ye-won and Ji Jin-hee posing for In Style have come up.

The 6 actresses play Korea's first women's national hockey team in the movie "Run-off".

This time, they are all wearing dresses instead of hockey uniforms. The dresses have been color coordinated in white and light blue. Soo Ae is looking at the camera in a white dress while Oh Yeon-seo is wearing a blue and white dress.

In the second picture, everyone is matched in white dresses and are holding hockey sticks and helmets.

Soo Ae in the role of hockey ace Ji-won, said, "I haven't had the chance to work with actresses at all and this time I realized what teamwork is".

"Run-off" is the story of Korea's first ever women's national hockey team and it comes out on the 10th of August.

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