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Song Il-gook, Choi Jeong-won-I and Nam Kyeong-joo to star in play "God of Carnage"

2017/04/11 | Permalink | Source

Actors Song Il-gook is standing in a little theater and so are Nam Kyeong-joo and Choi Jeong-won-I.

They will be starring in the Seoul Hall of Arts Theater from the June 24 to July 23.

"God of Carnage" is an original by Yasmina Reza which was made into a movie that won many prizes in 2009.

In "God of Carnage", two 11 year old boys are playing in the playground when one of them breaks his teeth and their parents gather together for a solution. The conversation goes from decent middle-class to immature.

Song Il-gook said, "I've always wanted to be in a theater before. This is a good opportunity for me". Nam Kyeong-joo said, "I wish to look back in the meaning of 'acting' through "God of Carnage"". Choi Jeong-won-I said, "I've always wanted to be in theater before. I am happy I can be in it".

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