Dong-chul was the best special field agent in North Korea, but he’s abandoned by his government during a mission. While on the run, he looks for his wife and child, who were sold as slaves to China, only to discover their corpses. He soon finds out that his colleague was behind the killing and defects to the South in search of his nemesis. He looks for him during the day, and works as a temp driver at night and as a personal driver for Chairman Park. One night the chairman is attacked and killed by an assassin, but not before handing over a pair of glasses to Dong-chul. He is now on the run again, accused of the chairman’s murder by the intelligence service, while trying to uncover the secret contained inside the glasses. Little did he know that depending on who ultimately gains control of the secret, it could either become a national threat or treasure.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Gao Yoon Leaps Into Action In A New Trailer Featurette For Korean Thriller, THE SUSPECT
Garnering some notable comparions on tone and pacing with the Bourne movie franchise, the Korean action cinema scene continues to leave a buzzing impression with the upcoming December release of The Suspect. After wrapping up a late Autumn 2012-June 2013 shoot, a stunt/action featurette was recently unveiled online showcasing a non-CG infused minute's taste of what will come for film fans eager to see director Won Shin-Yeon's latest thriller, featuring lead actor Gong Yoo in what is said to be his pending debut lead role for an action film.
The Suspect also stars Park Hee-soon, Cho Seong-ha and Yoo Da-in, and is produced by Shin Chang-Hwan from a script by Lim Sang-yoon, with stunt coordination by O Se-young and cinematography by Lee Sung-Jae.