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Joo Sang-wook is a detective... movie "The Scent"

2011/08/18 | 1718 views | Permalink | Source

It's his first movie in 3 years after 2008 "My Wife Got Married".

"The Scent" is made by director Kim Hyeong-jun from "No Mercy". It's a thriller about a detective ('Seon-woo' Park Hee-soon) who is requested a case from a beautiful woman ('Soo-jin', Park Si-yeon) but gets pointed out as the suspect and is chased by a fellow detective ('Gil-lo', Joo Sang-wook).

Gil-lo is a crime squad detective who is bad tempered and centers around the rules, not being able to stand breaking them. Joo Sang-wook has been meeting around with detectives that he knows to analyze character and learning the way they talk and work.

"I liked the smooth scenario. It's been a while since the movie and I am already nervous as I'll be working with distinguished actors" he said.

It is scheduled to be released at the start of next year and will crank in on the 27th.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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