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"For the Emperor" stars Lee Min-ki, Park Sung-woong, Lee Tae-im

2013/11/28 Source

The movie "For the Emperor" cranks in this December.

This movie is an action noir movie about men who risk their everything to be the last ones standing in a world based in Busan. The cast includes Lee Min-ki, Park Sung-woong and Lee Tae-im.

Lee Min-ki who starred in movies like "Haeundae", "Quick" and "Spellbound", takes on the role of Lee Hwan, a former baseball player who gets involved in manipulation of game results and joins the world down under. He has nothing on him but expands his territory with confidence and malice. This is Lee Min-ki's first rough, world movie.

Park Sung-woong played the role of Joong-goo in the movie "The New World" and left a strong impression. This time, he's Sang-ha, the boss of his gang who has control of all moneylending and gambling business. He's a cold-blooded character but deals with his gang members with loyalty and trust. Lee Tae-im is Yeon-soo the owner of a bar.

"For the Emperor" is currently in preparation for release.

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