So Ji-sub in movie "Office Worker" (translated title) [Showbox]
An action film starring Hallyu star So Ji-sub and actress Lee Mi-youn, cranked up last week, according the pic's promoter Showbox on Monday.
A press release by Showbox said that the movie, whose title can be translated into "Office Worker," wrapped up four months of filming last Tuesday and has gone into post production while its release date has yet to be announced.
"Worker," helmed by director Im Sang-yoon, tells the story of a hitman that decides to quit his job after falling in love with a woman. He later becomes a target of his former colleagues.
So, who played the role of a cold-hearted hitman named Hyung-do, said in the statement, "I decided I wanted to take part in this film just by reading the scenario and I can't wait to see the outcome."
So is one of the most popular actors in Korea and has appeared in numerous TV dramas and movies since his debut in 1996. He became a household name in Korea and Asia with his roles in 2004 hit series "Something Happened in Bali" and "I'm Sorry, I Love You."
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