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Lee Byung-hun and Han Hyo-joo's "Masquerade" changed to "Gwanghae"

2012/05/30 | 1617 views | Permalink | Source

"Masquerade" with Lee Byung-hun and Han Hyo-joo has changed its name to "Gwanghae: The Man who became King" according to a staff member on the 31st.

"Gwanghae: The Man who became King" is about Ha-seon, a low-class born man, who looks exactly like the king, taking over the throne instead of the king. "Gwanghae: The Man who became King" reflects more on the content of the movie than "Masquerade".

Other than the fact that this movie is the first historical movie Lee Byung-hun is starring in, it is also a point where we can see Lee Byung-hun's change. He is taking on two roles including the low class born man and the king.

Meanwhile, written by Hwang Jo-yoon and directed by Choo Chang-min, "Gwanghae: The Man who became King" is aiming for release this coming Chuseok.

Source : osen.mt.co.kr/article...

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