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[Photos] "The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale" coming this December, starring Choi Min-sik

2015/09/23 | Permalink | Source

Movie "The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale" starring Choi Min-sik is coming this December.

Distributor NEW announced the release of the new movie "The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale".

"The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale" is the story of Cheon Man-seok, Joseon's greatest hunter and the last surviving tiger.

In the preview of the movie, Choi Min-sik hunts for a tiger in the wide and open snow-covered mountains. The phrase 'No matter which mountain, never disturb those resting in it' hints that the movie isn't just about a hunter hunting a tiger.

The poster is also of the hunter waiting for something with snow falling on his head.

The movie is directed by Park Hoon-jung and stars Choi Min-sik, Jung Man-sik, Kim Sang-ho, Ren Osugi, Sung Yoo-bin, Jung Suk-won, Ra Mi-ran, Kim Hong-pa, Woo Jung-kook, Park In-soo and others. The release date is the 17th of December.

 

Source : news.tf.co.kr/read/en...

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