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Jung Woo-sung's exclusive "The Divine Move" poster

2014/07/07 | Permalink | Source

Jung Woo-sung's exclusive poster has been released.

In celebration of its summer release, "The Divine Move" which recorded 1.2 million people in the shortest amount of time this year, revealed a poster featuring Jung Woo-sung.

This poster is like a scene from a movie in which Tae-seok is fighting with several other men. Wearing a white shirt, Jung Woo-sung stands out and his eyes are glaring towards something charismatically.

The writing, "Only stone checkers can die and come back alive" brings out the genre of the movie quite well.

Tae-seok's struggle is currently showing in theaters right now and is competing against "Transformers: Age of Extinction".

"The Divine Move" made it to the top of the box office as soon as it was released and despite the fact that it's only shown in half the number of theaters compared to "Transformers", it's proving the power of Korean movies.

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