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Character posters of Shinheung Military Academy encore unveiled

2019/02/15 Source

Character posters of the star-studded encore of army musical Shinheung Military Academy have been unveiled.

On February 14, production company Shownote revealed the posters of the main cast members including Ji Chang-wook, Kang Ha-neul, Go Eun-sung, INFINITE's Sunggyu, SHINee's Onew and 2AM's Jo Kwon.

Shinheung Military Academy is a joint production of the Republic of Korea Army and the Cultural Foundation of National Museum of Korea. It tells about the lives of the patriotic soldiers who sacrificed their all for the independence of their motherland during the Japanese era in the early 1900's.

The musical premiered in Seoul in September 2018 and was thereafter followed by a nationwide tour that culminated in Daegu on January 6, 2019. Encore performances will be held from February 27 to April 21 at Kwanglim Arts Center in Seoul.

 

By Michelle

INFINITE's Sunggyu

Musical actor Go Eun-sung

Jo Kwon

Onew

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