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[Photos] Kim Sang-joong, Kim Kang-woo and Joo Won's "Clocking Out" poster

2016/10/05 | 1034 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Sang-joong, Kim Kang-woo and Joo Won's "Clocking Out" has been released as a 35 minute web-movie.

"Clocking Out" is an sci-fi blockbuster about the attack and struggles of Special Forces agents.

The 35-minute web-movie is the start of an innovative full-length film.

The preview and poster of the movie show Kim Sang-joong, Kim Kang-woo and Joo Won's car chase who play in role of agents.

In the poster, the three are slowly appearing from a dark and foggy background.

Meanwhile, in the preview, the film alerts an energetic start to the movie with a car chase.

Kim Sang-joong shows off his brilliant driving skills while Kim Kang-woo points a gun at someone.

Joo Won runs with a serious look on his face arousing the question, 'who are they after?'

Meanwhile, "Clocking Out" will be released on Naver TV Cast in October.

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