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Gang Dong-won's come back flick, "Band of Thieves"

2012/12/13 | 1173 views | Permalink | Source

Gang Dong-won and Ha Jung-woo will be filming "Band of Thieves".

Based in the late Chosun, Ha Jung-woo and Gang Dong-won have confirmed to star in the movie "Band of Thieves".

Ha Jung-woo, who has been busy with movies "Nameless Gangster", "Love Fiction", "Project 577" and even directing his own movies such as "Roller Coaster", Ha Jung-woo has confirmed to star in "Band of Thieves". He takes on the role of Dol Mu-chi who becomes at outlaw from being a butcher and shows the life of pressured grass roots in the 19th century.

Actor Gang Dong-won from "Our Happy Time", "JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard", "Secret Reunion" and others chose "Band of Thieves" as his come back flick. He is Jo Yoon, the son of Jo Dae-gam, a candidate of Naju in Jeolla who has outstanding martial arts skills but isn't acknowledged because he is the son of a concubine.

Director Yoon Jong-bin is in charge of this movie and many have high expectations as he is also the creator of "Nameless Gangster" which gathered 4.7 million people into theaters. Yoon Jong-bin cast actor Ha Jung-woo whom he's been with since his debut and also managed to get Gang Dong-won to join the boat with him.

"Band of Thieves" is an action movie about a justice group stealing from the greedy ones and sharing it with the public.

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