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Oh Ji-ho, pulls off "Strangers 6" action scene without stand-in

2011/08/31 | 1273 views | Permalink | Source

Korea, China and Japan collaborated "Strangers 6" actor Oh Ji-ho's steal cuts on set has been revealed. Taking on the role of National Intelligence agent Park Dae-hyeon, Oh Ji-ho managed to perform action scenes without a stand-in in the shoot that took place in China.

In the cuts, Oh Ji-ho looks like he's in an emergency situation and everyone on set held their breaths while watching him perform.

Through his management, Oh Ji-ho said, "It isn't easy working with actors and actresses from Korea, China and Japan as we have different thoughts and cultures but now we have become a team and are understanding and considering each other to work well".

Oh Ji-ho will join the movie "The Grand Heist" also known as the Korean historical version of "Ocean's Eleven", as soon as the China shoot is over.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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