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"For The Emperor" Lee Min-ki kisses Lee Tae-im

2014/05/01 Source

A teaser of the new movie "For The Emperor" has been revealed.

"For The Emperor" is an action noir movie based in Busan about two men who struggle to become the emperor in the same kind of world. Lee Min-ki and Park Sung-woong display the poster. The two of them emit two different kinds of charisma in the poster.

The teaser shows Lee Min-ki who dreams of a once in a lifetime chance and Park Sung-woong who leads Busan's biggest money laundering organization.

Female owner Yeon-soo, played by Lee Tae-im starts off with an aggressive kiss scene with Lee Min-ki.

"For The Emperor" shows the intense situation where no sympathy is allowed in the world of war and the last one standing gets it all.

This movie is going to be full of desire and passion for money and power based in Busan.

The synergy between Lee Min-ki and Park Sung-woong as well as Lee Tae-im can be seen on the 12th of June.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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