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[ChanMi's movie news] Forget the old characters! New Kim Myung-min is here!

2010/05/06 | 869 views |  | Permalink | Source

Great actor Kim Myung-min is yet again transformed into a different character!

He has left a great image of his past works that he is trying to be reborn through a new image through the new film, "Man of Vendetta".

Kim is able to go beyong expectations and be a new person in the scenes of his work as if he is that person in real life!

He has been in "Immortal Admiral Yi Sun-shin" as his first debut drama fo 2004 as the main character. His bold voice and charismatic look chaptures the audience and has been able to receive the Acting Awards in KBS.

After this he has been in "White Tower" and "Beethoven Virus" dramas with his most recent film being "Closer to Heaven".

In 2010, he takes on a new challenge and becomes a reverend whose daughter is kidnapped. Kim shows great wave of emotions as a reverend who quits his ministry and goes to look for his daughter falling into the world. The character faces suffering and anger because of his desire to seek revenge. The character's name is Joo Yeongsoo acted by Kim Myung-min who loses himself.

"The Destryoed" man will be released this July.

Source : news.nate.com/View/20...

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