Korean actress Han Chae-young is set to join the cast of online mystery movie "The Influence", announced the film's producer Realize Pictures in a press release on Thursday.
Han will play the love interest of Hallyu star Lee Byung-hun who share a love that transcends time and space but eventually fail to see a happy ending. Lee will be one of the main characters who will have to make a choice on his path to fulfilling a long-kept promise in the film spanning from 1907 to 2010.
"The Influence" will be directed by director Lee Jae-kyu who is well known for his popular dramas such as "Damo" and "Beethoven Virus". He will be making his directorial debut with the three-part film set for release in early March.
Han, 29, made her acting debut in 2000 through horror film "The Record". One of her more recent appearances was in "Good Morning President" which opened the 14th Pusan International Film Festival last year.
She is also one of the most sought-after actresses in the TV commercial business and has been in over half a dozen dramas including last year's hit KBS TV series "Boys Over Flowers."
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