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Min Hyo Rin of A Millionaire on the Run confesses, “I thought I had become one of JYP trainees”

Recently, actress Min Hyo Rin dropped a bombshell when she said, “I was scolded by Park Jin Young.”

A comic movie with some spectacular chase scenes, A Millionaire on the Run (directed by Kim Ik Ro, distributed by Harimao Pictures), held a showcase at Apgujeong CGV in Shinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, on June 13.

When a reporter asked Min Hyo Rin, “What kind of advice did you give to Park Jin Young?” she confessed, “Actually, instead of me giving him advice, I was scolded by him.”

She explained, “When I participated in a script reading with a sleepy voice, he said things like ‘What time do you usually wake up?’ ‘Did you doze off again?’ ‘You need to be an early bird.’ And when I didn’t stretch enough on the set, he would take me aside and make me stretch. I felt as if I had become a trainee of JYP.” Her revelation inspired a big laughter.

A Millionaire on the Run tells the story of an interesting incident at a big company. Department head Young In (played by Park Jin Young) learns of a plot against him by his superior (played by Jo Sung Ha). His superior is going to pocket some lobbying funds that add up to five millions dollars by asking Young In to deliver the money to him and then he is going to kill him. Before he knows it, he has become part of a group of rebellious high school students where he meets Miri (played by Min Hyo Rin) and plans revenge. Kim Ik Ro, who was an assistant director of Singles and was in charge of dramatizing a story for My Girlfriend is an Agent in the past, directed the movie, and Chun Sung Il, who has experience working on KBS 2’s Chuno as a scriptwriter, wrote the script. The movie premieres on the 19th of July.

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