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Kang Ta is cast in the movie version of Secret Garden

Kang Ta has recently been cast in the movie version of the popular Korean drama series Secret Garden. On June 16, he will attend the Shanghai International Film Festival as an actor.

According to SM Entertainment, Kang Ta’s agency, Kang Ta is attending the Shanghai International Film Festival as an actor as he was recently cast in Chinese movie Secret Garden, which will start filming in July.

The Chinese film Secret Garden is the Chinese version of SBS TV’s popular drama series Secret Garden, which aired from the end of 2010 to the beginning of 2011. Including Kang Ta, many Asian actors have been cast in the film. As production company Two Dragons from New Zealand and Weta’s digital team that was in charge of art and special effects in such movies as Avatar and The Lord of the Rings, it attracted wide attention even before its pre-production.

Other leading cast members will also be unveiled one by one as soon as the casting is finished. Many Chinese movie fans are excited to know the cast members.

Kang Ta received many Chinese people’s attention and love by performing in such Chinese drama series as Pepper and Kimchi as a leading role. As he became a movie actor, he will give interviews during the film festival.

The 15th Shanghai International Film Festival is one of the most prestigious film festivals in Asia. It will be held until June 24. Including Kang Ta, Hollywood actress Heather Graham, Hollywood actor Aaron Eckhar, Zhang Ziyi, Cecilia Cheung, Chow Yun Fat, and Leung Chiu Wai will also attend the festival. Actor Jang Dong Gun has also decided to attend recently.

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