Actress Shim Eun Kyung may only be 21 years old, but she's already proven herself to be a talented singer as well as actress. In the hilarious Korean movie Miss Granny, which premieres on DramFever tomorrow, Shim Eun Kyung sings three famous Korean songs from the 1970s ("If You Go To Los Angeles," "Raindrop," "White Butterfly"), in addition to a song composed by her character's band in the film ("Once More"). 

When the film premiered in Korea last year, Shim Eun Kyung was acclaimed for her ability to sing the remake songs from the 1970s, which is a challenge even for experienced singers. Shim Eun Kyung says she didn't know the songs prior to filming the movie, so she put extra attention into the singing scenes. Shim Eun Kyung had her voice trained for two months to successfully film the stage scenes and sing OST tracks for the film.

Korean comedy film Miss Granny tells a story of a 74-year-old grandmother (portrayed by Na Moon Hee) who comes out of a photo studio as her 20-year-old self (portrayed by Shim Eun Kyung). Blessed with another shot at life, will she make the right choices?

The cast of Miss Granny includes A-list actors like Shim Eun Kyung, Na Moon Hee, Lee Jin Wook, Sung Dong Il, and B1A4's Jinyoung. Sign up for a movie alert HERE and check out the full movie this weekend! (Related: 7 Reasons to watch Shim Eun Kyung's Miss Granny this weekend)

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