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Woo Do-hwan Transforms Into a Villain for "The Divine Fury"

2019/06/20 | Permalink | Source

Woo Do-hwan stars in the movie "The Divine Fury" as Ji-sin, a black bishop that spreads evil.

"The Divine Fury" is about a martial arts champion named Yong-hoo (Park Seo-joon) who meets an exorcist priest and fights a powerful evil that has plunged the whole world into chaos.

Ji-sin has a knack for seeing through others' weaknesses and using them to his advantage. When his plans start falling apart because of Yong-hoo and Father Ahn (Ahn Sung-ki), he starts lingering around them. Woo Do-hwan said, "I want to create a bad guy unlike anything seen before". Director Kim Joo-hwan said, "The movie is like the perfect midfield between good and evil".

"The Divine Fury" comes out in July.


"The Divine Fury" is directed by Kim Joo-hwan, and features Park Seo-joon, Ahn Sung-ki, Woo Do-hwan, Lee Seung-joon, Jo Eun-hyung, Choi Wooshik. Release date in Korea: 2019/07.

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