The distribution agency, Entorino Co. said, the shooting finished on the day with the last scene where Woo-min (Song Seung-heon) who went to prison by Chul-joong (kwon Sang-woo)'s betrayal is discharged from prison and telling Young-hwan (Ji Seong) of what happened last two years. This is the very first scene of the movie, where Song Seung-heon reveals complicated mind mixed with resentment and sorrow of betrayal of his close friend.
Song Seung-heon showed great passion toward this movie where he even started to smoke again to be more closely involved in the character 'Woo-min'. He displayed matured and deeper emotions through his acting and worked to his best ability till the very end of the movie. He said, "It's strange to see the last shooting scene as the first scene of the movie. I think I will cry when the movie is released. Just as the staff and actors have put such great amount effort, the final product will have high quality".
kwon Sang-woo, who have already finished his shooting part, came along between his busy drama shooting schedules and took pictures with staffs. He said, ""Fate" is a work, which will easy my thirst for acting. I can't wait for the day when it will be finally showed to the audience".
Song Seung-heon and kwon Sang-woo are close friends in reality and were encouraged by each other's passion throughout the shooting of the movie. "Fate" will be released early next year.
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