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Shin Ha-kyun plays genius villain in "Big Match"

2014/10/22 | Permalink | Source

Shin Ha-kyun takes on the role of a genius villain in the movie "Big Match".

Comical action movie "Big Match" presents Shin Ha-kyun in a role only he can pull off. The movie is about Ik-ho's (Lee Jung-jae) struggle to save his brother from a city of bad guys.

Shin Ha-kyun has been successful in every character he's ever played and this time he's taking on the villainous role. This actor has risen to stardom by appearing in various films and dramas and taking home the 2011 KBS Drama Awards Grand Prize. He's coming back with drama "Mister Baek" soon as well and his anxious fans simply can't wait.

Shin Ha-kyun plays in the role of 'Ace' in "Big Match" and Lee Jung-jae plays as Choi Ik-ho. Ace is a major villain who turns the whole city into a board game. He's incredibly smart and charismatic and takes total control over the board game.

Director Choi Ho said, "Ace is the narrator of the game and had to play many different roles. If it wasn't for the multi talented Shin Ha-kyun it would've been difficult". Shin Ha-kyun said, "It was a very new kind of movie for me. I think I can show everyone something you've never seen before".

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