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Lee Byung-hun's still cuts from "Inside Men"

2014/09/10 | 933 views | Permalink | Source

Pictures of Lee Byung-hun as a political hoodlum have been released.

"Inside Men" is a criminal drama that digs through the corruption of the Korean society starring Lee Byung-hun as the political hoodlum, Cho Seung-woo as a passionate investigator and Baek Yoon-sik, a wise media advisor.

Based on the original web-toon, "Inside Men" is directed by Woo Min-ho from "Man of Vendetta".

Lee Byung-hun stars in the movie as Ahn Sang-goo, a man who seeks revenge when his life is ruined after completing a variety of work for the ones with power.

In the pictures, Lee Byung-hun appears to be much tougher and manlier than he's ever been and he's also going to be acting using an accent which he's never used before.

Lee Byung-hun said, "I feel the heat on the set. I expect the movie to be a great one with all the hard work by the cast and staff".

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