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"Hwayi : A Monster Boy", circulates tension with Park Yong-woo

2013/10/01 | Permalink | Source

"Hwayi : A Monster Boy" is a movie about a boy Hwai (Yeo Jin-goo) who has five criminals for fathers and whose life is completely change due to Seok-atae (Kim Yun-seok) who is the leader of the five.

Park Yong-woo has starred in movies and dramas like "My Love, Butterfly Lady" with soft charisma until now.

He made an appearance in the movie "Hwayi : A Monster Boy" and increased tension.

Park Yong-woo took on the role of corrupt policeman Chang-ho who helps the five father's commit crime. This time Park Yong-woo is much stronger and fierecer.

The character or Chang-ho deals under the table with the five fathers and other criminals to satisfy his needs. Park Yong-woo's first attempt at playing a shady role is expected to leave a strong impression.

Park Yong-woo accepted the offer to star in the movie based on trust he has in director Jang Joon-hwan.

"Hwayi : A Monster Boy" will be released on the 9th of October.

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