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Ma Dong-seok changes act seven times

2014/04/29 | 504 views | Permalink | Source

Director Kim Ki-duk spoke very highly of actor Ma Dong-seok.

"One on One" is Kim Ki-duk's recent movie in following "Moebius". Ma Dong-seok takes on the role of someone who has to struggle with 7 murder suspects.

This movie is imminent to being released but nothing much about the movie has been revealed yet. Ma Dong-seok has played the roles of a serial killer, a single man in a flower shop, a hot blood writer, a substitute driver and more, but this time he's changing it all at once. From an airborne troop to a monk, Ma Dong-seok will be going through various character changes throughout the whole movie.

Kim Ki-duk said, "He appeared in "Rough Play" for a short time and that acquaintance led to this movie today. He is the perfect shadow leader".

"One on One" is the struggle between 7 murder suspects and 7 shadows that track them down. To be released on the 22nd.

Source : starin.edaily.co.kr/n...

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