Han Ji Min Finds Strength for ‘Plan Man’ in a Bowl of Chicken Soup
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2013 08:35 AM EDT
Actress Han Ji Min reveals her present condition with a bowl of chicken soup
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On September 4, Han Ji Min uploaded some photos onto her Facebook with the caption, "'Plan Man' team, have a hearty meal and work hard while filming! To all those who came from afar and are working together with one heart, I always think about you, and am encouraged by all of you. Thank you!"
In the revealed photos, Han Ji Min is posing in front of the chicken soup truck that came to the set of "Plan Man." If possible, it seems as if she's gotten even prettier.
In "Plan Man," Han Ji Min plays the part of So Jung, an Indie band vocalist, with Jung Jae Young. Her fans commented, "We've brought the chicken coup~jung!" (a play on words with the her character name So Jung) and "Will you have a cup of coffee~jung?" and wittily used characters' names to leave a message for Han Ji Min.
Regarding "Plan Man," netizens said, "I'm looking forward to 'Plan Man,'" "I can't wait to see Han Ji Min's new image," "Han Ji Min, were you energized by the chicken soup~jung?" and "Fans have the wittiest sense!"
"Plan Man" is about a man who can't live without having every second of the day planned out. But he meets a woman he didn't plan to meet, and accordingly, has to change his plans. It is scheduled to be released early next year.
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