Uhm Tae-woong (left) and Joo Won [Cinedeepi]
A movie starring actors Joo Won and Uhm Tae-woong, cranked up over the weekend, according to the pic's promoter Cinedeepi on Monday.
A press release by Cinedeepi said that the movie, whose title can be translated into 'special investigative bureau,' wrapped up four months of filming on Saturday and has now gone into post production with its eyes set for a release in November.
The pic will be an action movie in which a special investigative bureau is formed to reveal the truth behind the death of a fellow police officer.
Uhm, who played the role of rough detective Sung-beom that never lets a case go, was quoted as saying, "I thank everyone for making the filming of the movie so much fun despite it not having been easy to shoot."
"I worked with a happy heart because I met great people and I'm sad [it's the end] because I've become very close to them," Joo Won, who played FBI-turned-doctor in criminal psychology Ho-ryong remarked.
Joo Won, 23, started his career in musicals in 2006 and made his name known after starring in smash-hit TV series "Bread, Love and Dreams" (KBS, 2010).
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