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[News] Park Min Young cast for horror film, “Cat: Two Eyes That See Death”.

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[News] Park Min Young cast for horror film, “Cat: Two Eyes That See Death”.
Cr. - hancinema

Park Min Young is gearing up to become a ‘horror queen’ this summer after she landed the lead role for the upcoming horror film, “Cat: Two Eyes That See Death“.

The movie is Korea’s first ever horror flick revolving around cats. Park Min Young will be playing the role of a pet shop groomer named ‘Soyeon’, who becomes haunted by the cats she lives with after she witnessed a suspicious death.



Park Min Young actually lives with two dogs of her own, so it took her a bit of time to get used to her new role. As a lover of animals, however, she handled the cats on set like a pro and even personally apologized to them when she felt they were agitated.

She commented, “Having to act as a character who feels scared of cats when they’re actually so lovely feels awkward. This was my first time having to deal with cats, but now I’m completely in love with them. We are working with a great vet on set, and the health of the cats are always our priority.”

“Cat” will hit theaters this July.


[News] Park Min Young cast for horror film, “Cat: Two Eyes That See Death”.
Cr. - hancinema

Park Min Young is gearing up to become a ‘horror queen’ this summer after she landed the lead role for the upcoming horror film, “Cat: Two Eyes That See Death“.

The movie is Korea’s first ever horror flick revolving around cats. Park Min Young will be playing the role of a pet shop groomer named ‘Soyeon’, who becomes haunted by the cats she lives with after she witnessed a suspicious death.



Park Min Young actually lives with two dogs of her own, so it took her a bit of time to get used to her new role. As a lover of animals, however, she handled the cats on set like a pro and even personally apologized to them when she felt they were agitated.

She commented, “Having to act as a character who feels scared of cats when they’re actually so lovely feels awkward. This was my first time having to deal with cats, but now I’m completely in love with them. We are working with a great vet on set, and the health of the cats are always our priority.”

“Cat” will hit theaters this July.

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