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"Goodbye, Mr. Black" Lee Jin-wook's speedy action

2016/03/08 | Permalink | Source

"Goodbye Mr. Black" Lee Jin-wook is putting on a show with his fancy action.

MBC drama "Goodbye Mr. Black" actor Lee Jin-wook takes on the role of Cha Ji-won, a man who dreams of revenge on the friend that betrayed him. He performed thrilling action scenes with life as he crossed buildings and performed stunts on a jet-ski.

In the pictures of Lee Jin-wook revealed by the production company, Lee Jin-wook is performing action scenes on buildings without wires. He is also standing on the edge of a building without restraints.

The "Goodbye Mr. Black" production team said, "You can look forward to the new Lee Jin-wook. He co-stars with Moon Chae-won and he throws himself into the story".

"Goodbye Mr. Black" is based on an original comic about a man's revenge staring Lee Jin-wook, Moon Chae-won, Kim Kang-woo, Song Jae-rim, Yoo In-young and more.

Source : thestar.chosun.com/si...

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