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Kim Woo-bin, Lee Jun-ho to release upbeat soundtrack for 'Twenty'

  • Published : Mar 2, 2015 - 14:16
  • Updated : Mar 2, 2015 - 14:16

Singer-actor Lee Jun-ho with costar Lee Yu-bi. (NEW)
The filmmakers behind comedy flick "Twenty" will release songs from the movie's soundtrack featuring the voices of actors Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jun-ho ahead of its March 25 release.

Lee Jun-ho, a longtime K-pop singer with boy band 2PM, will on Friday release an upbeat song about puppy love with fellow actress and vocal music major Lee Yu-bi. The actress previously starred as the romantic rival to Park Shin-hye's character In-ha in hit SBS drama "Pinocchio."

"Twenty" actor Kim Woo-bin with quartet Sweet Sorrow. (NEW)
A week before the film opens nationwide, a second theme song will drop on March 18, melding Kim Woo-bin's masculine narrative voice against quartet Sweet Sorrow's mellow vocals in a witty song about life during one's 20s.

Kim Woo-bin stars as mischievous ladykiller Chi-hoo, while Lee Jun-ho acts the optimistic yet luckless Dong-woo, who captures the heart of Lee Yu-bi's So-hee. Kang Ha-neul plays the third main character, studious would-be "good boy" Gyeong-jae.

By Yoon Sarah (sarah356@heraldcorp.com)

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