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Added first stills and updated cast for the upcoming Korean movie "Perfect Game"

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Added first stills and updated cast for the upcoming Korean movie "Perfect Game" (2011)

Directed by Park Hee-gon

With Cho Seung-woo, Yang Dong-geun, Choi Jung-won, Cha Hyun-woo, Ma Dong-seok, Cho Jin-woong,... More

Synopsis
A movie based on the incredible match between Choi Dong-won (Cho Seung-woo) and Seon Dong-ryeol (Yang Dong-geun) on May 16th, 1987 and director Park Hee-gon's second movie. The cast includes Cho Seung-woo, Yang Dong-geun, Choi Jung-won, Ma Dong-seok, Cho Jin-woong, Son Byung-ho and more.

Release date in Korea : 2011/12

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