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Ji Jin-hee and Choi Si-won's "Helios"

2015/04/30 | 1337 views | Permalink | Source

Stills of the Hong-Kong movie "Helios" were released.

"Helios" is about the alliance of Korea, China and Japan to recover a stolen nuclear detonator starring Ji Jin-hee, Choi Si-won, Yoon Jin-yi, Lee Tae-ran, Kim Hae-sook and more. Chinese region stars include Cheung Hok Yau, Nick Cheung, Wang Xue Qi, Chang Chen and more.

Stills of the movie show Ji Jin-hee being very serious, giving off an intense feeling of tension.

Choi Si-won plays an elite agent in the movie and stills of him show him engaged in a motorbike chase with the background of Hong Kong in view.

Kim Hae-sook, the Minister of National Defense, is included in the stills, charisma wrapped all around her and so is Yoon Jin-yi, another secret agent. The still of Korean and Chinese actors together is one of a kind and highly anticipated.

"Helios" will be released on the 28th of May.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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