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Added new still for the upcoming Korean movie "The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser"

2012/05/17 | 1422 views | Permalink | Source

Added new still for the upcoming Korean movie "The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser" (2012)

Directed by Jeong Seung-koo

With Song Sae-byeok, Sung Dong-il, Kim Sung-ryung, Ko Chang-seok, Lee Byung-joon, Han Chae-ah,...

Previously known as "King of Flattery" on HanCinema
Synopsis
Director Jeong Seung-koo, an assistant director of "Secret Sunshine" (2007), makes his directorial debut with this comedy about an ordinary man who comes across a master of flattery and learns how to live in the world. Smart but rigid Dong-sik works at an insurance company and he undergoes a difficult time as the relationship with his girlfriend derails and his father is chased by a loan shark. One day, he meets a master of flattery, and learns his skill, which transforms him into an insurance master. This comedy brings together a group of talented comic actors together: SONG
Sae-byeok of "Mother - 2009" and "The Servant", Sung Dong-il of "SIU" and KO Chang- seok of "The Front Line". However, this film is not a mere comedy with a light touch but director JEONG will make this film a bitter satire about the current state of upcoming Korean society.

Release date in Korea : 2012/06/21

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