Lee Dong Wook is about to affix Hyun Bin and Jeon Yeo Been in an upcoming spy motion movie!
On November 17, a consultant from Lee Dong Wook’s company revealed, “It’s true that Lee Dong Wook is appearing in the movie ‘Harbin’ [literal title]. It’s difficult to give details with regards to his character.”
“Harbin” is a spy motion movie happening in the course of the early 1900s in Harbin, the capital of China’s northernmost province Heilongjiang. Focusing on real-life independence activist Ahn Jung Geun, the movie tells the story of varied Korean independence activists who put their lives on the road with a purpose to take again their homeland.
Starring alongside Lee Dong Wook are Hyun Bin, Jeon Yeo Been, Park Jung Min, Jo Woo Jin, Yoo Jae Myung, Park Hoon, and extra, with a particular look by Jung Woo Sung.
Hyun Bin will star as Ahn Jung Geun, a Lieutenant General of the Korean Army. Park Jung Min will play independence fighter Woo Deok Soon, who prioritizes his nation over his personal identify. Jo Woo Jin’s character Kim Sang Hyun will work alongside Ahn Jung Geun to rediscover their misplaced nation.
Jeon Yeo Been performs Madame Gong, a fellow member of the Independence Army, whereas Yoo Jae Myung will painting Ahn Jung Geun’s assistant Choi Jae Hyung. Park Hoon will star as Mori Datsuo of the Japanese Empire.
On November 14, the “Harbin” crew visited the Ahn Jung Geun Memorial Museum the place director Woo Min Ho commented, “My method and mindset [for this film], as well as the story I want to tell, are all different from my previous works, so I’m nervous and excited. I wish for the safety of all our staff and safe filming.” Hyun Bin added, “After deciding to appear in this project, I came to the Ahn Jung Geun Memorial Museum by myself once and at the time, there was a deep heaviness and nervousness in my heart. I will do my best along with our incredible actors and staff.”
Park Jung Min shared, “There’s a lot of pressure when acting in a project that deals with heroes in Korean history. I will work hard so that I am not shameful.” Jo Woo Jin chimed in, “I think that it’ll be fine as long as I do well. I will work to complete filming well and safely.” Jeon Yeo Been commented, “I cannot fathom risking your life for and dedicating your lifetime to your country. I will work hard to understand what kind of feeling that deep desire is.”
Lee Dong Wook is presently filming for the upcoming second season of “Tale of the Nine-Tailed.” “Harbin” will formally begin filming on November 20 and Lee Dong Wook will be part of the set as quickly as his drama filming concludes.
In the meantime, watch Lee Dong Wook in “Tale of the Nine-Tailed” right here:
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