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Oh Ji-ho tries mystery in "Island"

2014/07/24 | 648 views | Permalink | Source

Oh Ji-ho's next movie "Island" finished filming on the 21st.

A man returns to his home after a big accident and mysterious things keep happening to him in "Island". It's written and directed by Jinsung Park.

The leading female role is played by Moon Ga-young and Kang Pil-suk plays Kim Gun, her husband.

The final scene was taken in Jejudo on the 21st where 'K' is on a boat, sending his wife and daughter's ashes in the sea.

After the final cut, Oh Ji-ho said, "I had to put in a lot in this character. I felt very attached to it and wanted to do it right. I am happy to have worked with the director who wrote it and the people who I worked with. I'm going to remember this forever".

Director Jinsung Park said, "It could be interesting as an actor but 'K' is a very complicated character and I am grateful to Oh Ji-ho for doing more than that".

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