Actress Kim Ji Soo to Make Onscreen Comeback in New Film, “Gangnam Blues”
Actress Kim Ji Soo will be making her first onscreen comeback in eight years through her role in the film, “Gangnam Blues.”
According to the actress’ agency, Namoo Actors, “Actress Kim Ji Soo has decided to make a special appearance in the film, ‘Gangnam Blues.’”
“Gangnam Blues” is set in the development district of Youngdong, Seoul during the 1970s, which makes up today’s Gangnam area. The film portrays the story of how political authorities and dark societal figures conspire to gain foothold in the real estate development of the area. The film shows off an impressive cast, which includes actors Lee Min Ho and Kim Rae Won.
In the film, Kim Ji Soo will be playing the role of Min Sung Hee, the “Madam” of an adult entertainment establishment who introduces helps Jong Dae (Lee Min Ho) and Yong Gi (Kim Rae Won) open their eyes to investing in real estate.
A representative of the actress stated, “Although Kim Ji Soo does not appear often in the film, the character, Min Sung Hee, plays a vital role and is expected to leave a strong impact on the viewers.”
Meanwhile, “Gangnam Blues” will be directed by Yoo Ha who also directed “Once Upon a Time in High School,” “A Dirty Carnival,” and “A Frozen Flower.” The film will begin sometime this month.