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'Empire of Lust' Shin Ha-kyun vs Jang Hyuk show strong rivalry in released still

2015/02/04 | Permalink | Source

"Empire of Lust", a film depicting a historical war of princes, has released stills on February 4th, which features Shin Ha-gyoon and Jang Hyuk, who play enemies with pasts of comradery. The still images depict the strong rivalry between one another.

The still images show Shin Ha-kyun as General Kim Mein-jae and Jang Hyuk as Lee Ban-won, where both of the actors portray a strong charismatic presence, each in their own way.

During the bloody revolution led by Taejo Lee Seong-gye and Jeong Do-jeon, there stood General Kim Mein-jae and Lee Bang-won as comrades at the frontlines.

But in the year of 1398, within 7 years from the establishment of Joseon, Jeong Do-jeon's faction, who were afraid of the intelligence and capability of Lee Bang-won (who would later become king), prevented him from becoming Crown Prince as well as being appointed as meritorious retainer. As this happened, the two drifted away from each other and the relationship degraded into a fiery hate,

Though they used to share one goal: fighting against one enemy, and be compatriots united by blood, they conflict with each other stronger than any other pair.

As seen in the still images, Shin Ha-kyun and Jang Hyuk seemed to be in the same place but are looking in different directions. Through their archers pulled tight, viewers are to experience the spectacle and dynamic Joseon through the movie.

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