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Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk Suddenly Shed Tears During the Press Conference for ‘Josée’

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During the recent press conference for Josée, Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk were overwhelmed with emotions and burst into tears.

On November 17, Josée held its press conference. Josée, starring Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk, is the remake of the famous 2004 Japanese film Josee, the Tiger and the Fish.

Han Ji Min said, “Josee was difficult. But the charm that Josee had was big. It contains various feelings that a man and a woman experiences after falling in love.” Watching the making film, Nam Joo Hyuk showed teams for a while after undergoing sudden overflowing emotions.

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Nam Joo Hyuk explained, “I think I got too immersed (with the story),” and seeing him, Han Ji Min also burst into tears. The two, who worked together in the drama The Light in Your Eyes, reportedly cried whenever they made eye contact on the set and had to keep their distance from each other when they were not filming.

Director Kim Jong Kwon said, “The most important thing I had in mind was making a movie that feels like a memory. I worked on it hoping that those who watch this would think, ‘There is a memory that heals people and gives deeper understanding about people. And this movie feels like that memory.'”

Josée will be released on December 10.

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  • This looks like a very good movie dealing with family handling some very hard issues. Having delt with handicapped family and friend’s it can be hard for outsider to realize what is going on and how you deal with.

  • Love to see this movie!
    Radiant ( The Light in Your Eyes ) though they don’t have much screen time together, their chemistry is palpable. How much more for this movie which they will spend a lot of time together. I wonder if they have to be separated from each other again to avoid crying or do they kept close to feel the deep love of the character.
    I’m excited! Hope to see it on Netflix or Viki. ( and really hoping they will not do any english dubbing, we need to feel the emotions on their voice, no offence to all voice dubber but I prefer to read subtitles and hear their actual voice to feel their emotions. 🙂

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