Korean Movie “Silence” Starring Park Shin-Hye and Choi Min-Sik

This movie is not only directed by director Jung Ji-Woo and starring actor Choi Min-sik, who worked together on “Happy End” 18 years ago, but also is played by young actors with great acting skills- Park Shin-hye, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Ha-nui, Hae-jun Park, and Lee Soo-kyung etc. It makes people excited.

It demonstrates the story of Im Tae-San that his fiancée was killed and his daughter was identified as a suspect. He traced the case in his own way in order to save his daughter for being not guilty. 

Choi Min-sik will play the president of “TaeSan group”, Im Tae-San. He is a man with wealth, reputation, power, and love, but he is in danger for losing all of these in the blink of an eye. 

People paid high attention on Park Shin-hye, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Ha-nui, and Lee Soo-kyung after their images was released through the trailer. Park Shin-hye plays a lawyer Choi Hee-Jung for helping Im Tae-San’s daughter. Ryu Jun-yeol plays a important man Kim Dong-Myung who has a connection with all of the cases. Im Tae-San’s fiancée is a popular singer Yoo-Na played by Lee Ha-nui. Im Tae-San’s daughter Im Mi-Ra is played by Lee Soo-kyung.

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The stronger line-up of actors and unpredictable story detail make people have high expectations for this movie.

The movie “Silence” is a remake of Chinese movie “Silent Witness” starring Sun Honglei.

 
 
 

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