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Lee Yeon-hee to lead "Detective K" sequel

2014/06/09 | 1055 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Myung-min, Oh Dal-soo and Lee Yeon-hee have come together.

"Detective K" was a great hit in the New Year of 2011 and is coming back with a stronger adventure and upscaled production. The title of its sequel is "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island".

The cast and crew from the first movie are coming back together once again for "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island". The case they have to solve has grown tremendously and the woman who will mesmerize them has become even more beautiful.

Expectations for the film is high, as the team's ambition is to present an upgraded version of the first with even more elaborate sights and laughter.

"Detective K" is the greatest Joseon detective story ever told about a private eye who is part clumsy and part genius with slyness and wit as his weapon. 4.7 million gathered to see this movie during the New Years of 2011.

Kim Myung-min and Oh Dal-soo from the first film are coming back together again to put on the best comical show ever.

Lee Yeon-hee who is currently on a roll for her performances in "Gu Family Book" and "Miss Korea", is added her as the attractive femme fatale.

'Midas" Kim Seok-yoon is holding the megaphone once again.

"Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island" cranks in this June and will be released around New Years, next year.

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