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Updated cast for the Korean movie "Moby Dick"

2011/10/21 | Permalink | Source

Updated cast for the Korean movie "Moby Dick" (2010)

Directed by Park In-je

With Hwang Jung-min, Jin Goo, Kim Min-hee, Kim Sang-ho, Lee Kyung-young, Kim Bo-yun,... More

Synopsis
The title of this film may bring to mind Herman Melville's classic novel, but "Moby Dick" is actually a chilling voyage through Korean history with enough conspiracy theories to make even the most nationalistic viewer question their government.
When a mysterious explosion destroys the fictional Balam Bridge on the outskirts of Seoul, veteran journalist Lee Bang-woo (Hwang Jung-min) picks up the story and runs with it.
Around the same time, he gets a visit from his old friend Yoon-hyuk (Jin Goo), who offers some highly classified information on the case - that the explosion was no accident and that the government caused it.
Thinking the case is no ordinary job, Lee calls on his fellow reporters Sohn Jin-ki (Kim Sang-ho) and Seong Hyo-kwan (Kim Min-hee) to investigate. But when their investigation uncovers conspiracy after conspiracy, the group begins to question the government and they begin to get threats that could endanger their investigation and their lives.
With a highly esteemed cast of prestigious Korea actors, including Hwang, who is famous for his role in the 2009 film "Private Eye", this movie is bound to raise some eyebrows and could be the harbinger of Korean films to come.

Release date in Korea : 2011/06/09

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