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Sol Kyung-gu and Son Ye-jin's "The Tower" heads for Japan

2013/04/24 | 448 views | Permalink | Source

Sol Kyung-gu and Son Ye-jin's movie "The Tower" will be screened in Japan as well as America.

According to a Japanese media, "The Tower" will be released in Japan in August under the title, "The The Tower Fire on a High Rise Building".

A media introduced the movie as the greatest Korean blockbuster starring Sol Kyung-gu from "Silmido", Son Ye-jin from "A Moment to Remember" and Kim Sang-kyung from "Memories of Murder".

Having set a record of 5 million audiences this year, "The Tower" is about the danger of a fire that occurs on a 108 storey-high building. People struggling to save each other's lives in the worst of situations and realistic CG is enough to steal away the hearts of the audience.

Meanwhile, "The Tower" was screened in 13 American cities such as Las Vega, San Diego, Seattle, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, Honolulu, Vancouver, Toronto and more.

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