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Lee Won-geun to star in Kim Ki-duk's "The Net" with Ryoo Seung-bum

2016/02/25 | 2029 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Won-geun is starring in Kim Ki-duk's newest "The Net".

According to his company, Lee Won-geun is starring in "The Net", the story of a North Korean fisherman who drifts to the South.

Kim Ki-duk is known for his sensual footage and thoughtful lines and rookie actor Lee Won-geun's collaboration with the director is highly anticipated.

Lee Won-geun plays a secret agent from the South who helps the North Korean fisherman played by Ryoo Seung-bum overcome his distress and communicates with him mentally.

Lee Won-geun said, "I am honored to be starring in director Kim Ki-duk's film with the legendary Ryoo Seung-bum".

Lee Won-geun is currently starring in the movie "Rosebud" starring Yoo Ho-jung, Park Sung-woong, Oh Jung-se, Ha Yeon-soo, Choi Wooshik and more. He is also starring in the movie "Misbehavior" with Kim Ha-neul and Yoo In-young.

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