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LEE Je-hoon Slips into GRAVE ROBBERY

May 17, 2019
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JO Woo-jin, LIM Won-hee and SHIN Hye-sun to Co-Star in Caper Film

Actor LEE Je-hoon is being eyed for the lead role in the upcoming caper film Grave Robbery (translated title). Reports suggests that the star is currently fine-tuning the details of his appearance in the film, alongside JO Woo-jin, LIM Won-hee and SHIN Hye-sun. The project, which will mark the debut of director PARK Jung-bae, concerns the theft of a tomb that takes place in the downtown area.

Following his breakout role in the indie Bleak Night (2011), LEE Je-hoon became a star after appearing in the hit melodrama Architecture 101 (2012). His recent roles include the Colonial Era prison drama Anarchist from the colony and the comfort woman drama I Can Speak, both released in 2017. He will next be seen in the youth sci-fi thriller Time of Hunting (working title).

Character actor LIM Won-hee recently appeared as one of the lawyers of the afterlife in the hit fantasy films Along with the Gods, while JO Woo-jin has appeared in a slew of recent thrillers, including Default (2018) and The Drug King (2018). TV star SHIN Hye-sun was last seen in the time-slip thriller A Day (2017).

Director PARK previously worked as an assistant director under HWANG Dong-hyuk, serving on the films Silenced (2011) and Miss Granny (2014). Grave Robbery will be produced by Siren Pictures, which previously released HWANG Dong-hyuk’s period siege drama The Fortress (2017).
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