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So Ji-sub to come back with a movie

2015/03/10 | 2900 views | Permalink | Source

Actor So Ji-sub is coming back with "The Throne" as Jeong Jo. "The Throne" is the sad story of Prince The Throne who meets his death after being trapped in a wooden rice chest by his father in the Joseon Yeong Jo times.

This movie is directed by Lee Joon-ik who has been hard at work with historical movies lately. The cast are Song Kang-ho in the role of Yeong Jo, Yoo Ah-in as The Throne and Moon Geun-yeong as Hong.

So Ji-sub appeared specially as Jeong Jo who led the movie nearly at the end. This is the first time in 3 years he's appeared in a movie since "A Company Man". Apparently, he agreed to this small part because it was produced by Lee Joon-ik.

Everything about the movie was top secret but word got out about So Ji-sub.

Fans are happy to see So Ji-sub back. He hasn't been doing much since the 2013 drama "Master's Sun" and web drama "Good Days".

"The Throne" will be released at the end of the year.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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