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The keyword for 2014 is 'historical movies'

2013/12/11 Source

The first keyword is 'historical movies' and the second is the change which actors are going through.

"Memories of the Sword" , "Battle Of Myeongryang", "Pirates" and "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant" are some of the historical movies that are expected to be released next year. They are all 10 billion dollar blockbusters. They are also movies the Big 3 distributors CJ Entertainment, Lotte Entertainment and Showbox Media Plex have on the line.

A distributor claims, "Many distributors came up with historical movies after the 2012 movie "Masquerade" and naturally lined up to be released next year. There's lots to see in these historical dramas and the intense storyline and performance of the cast are drawing anticipation".

Sol Kyung-gu, Jung Woo-sung and Hyun Bin's performances are also highly anticipated. Sol Kyung-gu is attempting at his twentieth movie and first historical with Kang Woo-seok's "Two Cops Zero: Two Constables". Jung Woo-sung is starring in the modern version of "The Story of Sim-cheong" called, "Madam Bluff". Hyun Bin is starring in "The King's Wrath" which is about the destiny one who has to kill and another who has to live.

Various opportunities have opened up for actors recently and there's less pressure in them changing their typical image as they are all hit-makers.

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