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"Secretly Greatly" - Movie Trailer [Eng] - Kim Soo Hyun, Lee Hyun Woo, Park Ki Woong

Since we can't see the movie yet, let's check out the trailer! There is eng sub so you can tell a small piece of the story from there! And omg haha Soo Hyun is so gross when he acts dumb (talking about the snot scene eeewww). Watch another trailer with eng sub here http://youtu.be/alokOgonup8. I seriously wonder if the movie will be screened outside of Korea. Has anyone heard anything about it?
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