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"Rough Play" Kim Ki-duk and Lee Joon?

2013/09/16 | 1421 views | Permalink | Source

MBLAQ's Lee Joon has become the perfect actor.

Stills of Lee Joon were revealed from the movie "Rough Play".

Before Lee Joon debuted with MBLAQ, he starred in the movie "Ninja Assassin" as Rain's younger version and was reviewed as 'super good' by world famous director Warshovski. He starred in the drama "IRIS 2" as Yoon Si-hyeok, a bold agent.

After various experience in different movies and dramas, Lee Joon landed on his first leading role in Shin Yeon-shick's "Rough Play".

Taking on the role of an actor in this movie, Lee Joon managed to pull off the haughty and arrogant look of a top star right away.

The dramatic life story of an actor is the key point in this drama. Waiting for his turn to stand in front of the camera, Lee Joon is sitting in a luxurious chair and is looking outside the window with a blank face which contrasts with the numerous presents and sign boards he received from fans.

"Rough Play" will be released in October.

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