Go Kyung-pyo becomes Jang Dong-gun’s target in revenge thriller
Go Kyung-pyo, Song Sae-byuk
The main cast is complete for the new revenge thriller Seven Years’ Night, featuring a murderous clash between two fathers, played by Jang Dong-gun (Crying Man) and Ryu Seung-ryong (Guest). The movie is the highly anticipated adaptation of the bestselling novel by Jung Yoo-jung, and the latest project from director Chu Chang-min of Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King.
Ryu Seung-ryong plays a man who accidentally kills Jang Dong-gun’s daughter and is overcome with guilt at what he’s done. Jang Dong-gun in turn plans the perfect revenge against Ryu Seung-ryong over seven years’ time, and vows to kill his child to even the score. Go Kyung-pyo (Cantabile Tomorrow, and soon to be in Answer Me 1988) has been cast to play Ryu Seung-ryong’s son and the target of Jang Dong-gun’s revenge. Oh no, don’t kill Go Kyung-pyo! How could anyone want to kill that boy?
Song Sae-byuk (Deoksuri Brothers) has also joined the cast, but his role is much more mysterious, which of course makes me suspicious from the get-go. All we know is that he’s a crucial character in the story from the start, because he knows the secrets and the tragic events surrounding the son and two fathers. It’s said that he’ll “open up a road to a new fate.” Is it a new fate where Go Kyung-pyo doesn’t have to die? Because I choose that one.
Seven Years’ Night is planning for a 2016 release.
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