|Poster of Korean movie "Berlin" [1stLook]|
Actor Ha Jung-woo and actress Jun Ji-hyun have started shooting their new movie, according to the pic's promoter on Tuesday.
"War on Crime: the Golden Age of Bad Guys” star Ha Jung-woo and newlywed actress Jun Ji-hyun's new action feature "In Berlin" (tentative title) cranked in on Monday at a film set in Namyang, South of Seoul in the Gyeonggi Province, 1stLook said in a press release.
Along with the A-list actors, the movie has been receiving the spotlight with its star-studded cast of veteran actor Han Suk-kyu from movie "Shiri" and actor Ryoo Seung-beom from crime flick "The Unjust."
Their new film surrounds the story of one of the best intelligence agents in Korea named Pyo Jong-sung (Ha), whose nickname is a 'ghost.' Pyo's wife, Ryeon Jung-hee (played by Jun), is a woman with many secrets in her life; even to her husband.
In the movie, Pyo, National Intelligence Service agent Jung Jin-soo (Han) and spy Dong Myung-soo (Ryoo) follow one another due to an unexpected conspiracy of an unknown party.
As soon as the cast crew wraps up shooting in Korea, they will fly to Berlin, Germany and Republic of Latvia in early May to begin shooting overseas.
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