Pann Pan Is Also Known As Japanese Ghost

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Pann Pan

Pann Pan is her nickname, that name is used to call at home and her real name is Nang Pan Phay Win. She is Yawan ethnic and was born in Yangon then grow up in Myit Kyi Na town. Pann Pan and singer L Sai Z are cousin sisters.

Pann Pan

Pann Pan

Pann Pan was noticed by audience via MTVs and she also acted as Japan ghost in a movie directed by Ko Zaw(Dawn). The movie name is “Scare, Scare, Scare” comedy horror movie and Pann Pan acted as a ghost from Japan come to Myanmar.

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Pann Pan explained about the story of movie is Pann Pan and her husband serve in Japanese Imperial Army in Myanmar during Second World War. Her husband died in the war and she becomes lonely then she did suicide. After her dead, she besots her house and becomes a ghost. Then she scares and kills everyone who wants to take over the house unfairly.

Pann Pan

Pann Pan

Pann Pan also acted in “Endless Love” MTV with singer Chan Chan and that MTV is especially for Valentine day that will make couple be excited. She will also participate in that MTV and music album promotion events with other singers together. Recently that music album is advertised in Ah Linn Tan Journal cover. The photo in journal cover is with singer Jat San Htun and Chan Chan.

Photos Credit to: Aye Zaw Moe
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