|Actor Yoon Sang-hyun (left), actress Park Ha-sun (center) and director Kim Jin-yeong (right) on the set of "Tone-deaf Clinic" (translated title). [Lotte Entertainment]|
Hallyu star Yoon Sang-hyun and actress Park Ha-sun have finished shooting a comedy movie, according to the film's promoter Lotte Entertainment Monday.
Lotte said in a press release that Yoon and Park shot the final scene for their big screen feature "Tone-deaf Clinic" (translated title) on July 26.
In "Tone-deaf Clinic," Yoon plays a vocal trainer named Shin Hong who trains a clumsy woman named Dong-ju (played by Park). Dong-ju takes vocal lessons from Shin Hong to look good by singing well in front of her secret crush.
The romantic comedy film is Yoon's silver screen debut project that comes in seven years after he debuted as an actor in 2005. "Tone-deaf Clinic" is also a meaningful feature for Park, as this is her first time to play a main character in a movie.
"It felt great singing before a large crowd and colorful spotlights during the last shooting. I've never had the opportunity to stand on such a big stage in my past TV series," Yoon was quoted as saying.
Park also expressed her thoughts on finishing the filming by saying, "I felt comfortable and warm on the set [thanks to the colleagues and staffs]. I had a lot to prepare such as taking vocal lessons and learning Nanta and piano but I believe it is all worth it."
Helmed by director Kim Jin-yeong of Jang Keun-suk's "Baby and Me" (2008), the movie is scheduled to hit local theaters in the latter half of 2012.
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