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"The King's Wrath" starring Jo Jung-suk, Park Sung-woong and Jung Eun-chae

2013/07/28 | 1402 views | Permalink | Source

Jo Jung-suk, Park Sung-woong and Jung Eun-chae have been cast for the movie "The King's Wrath".

"The King's Wrath" is a movie about one who wants to kill, to save and to live.

Hyun Bin takes on the roles of the king, Jung Jae-young as Gap-soo and now Jo Jung-suk, Park Sung-woong and Jung Eun-chae.

Jo Jung-suk takes on the role of Eul-soo, a killer born and raised. He is one who is assigned with the assassination of Jeong Jo the king.

Park Sung-woong takes on the role of captain Hong Gook-yeong. He is about to put on a totally different image from the movie "A New World".

Jung Eun-chae takes on the role of Wol-hye, a palace maid who takes care of the king's costume.

Meanwhile, "The King's Wrath" will start filming later this year.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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