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Park Ki-woong cast for "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon"... with Park Hae-il

2011/02/08 | 1755 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Ki-woong (26) has been cast for the movie "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" (director Kim Han-min, productions Dasepo Club).

"Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" is a historical action movie of the battle between Chosun New Palace and Chungnara armies 13 years after artificial restoration by Kim Han-min who also directed movies like "Paradise Murdered" and "Hand Phone".

Park Hae-il, Ryu Seung-ryong, Moon Chae-won, Kim Moo-yeol and more have already confirmed their parts on this movie and Park Ki-woong will be playing a Mongolian Prince, Dorgon and will go against Park Hae-il, who will be playing Nami of the New Palace.

Park Ki-woong is currently concentrating on his horseback riding and martial arts practice for the movie and is also filming the drama "The Musical".

Source : movie.daum.net/moviei...

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