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Kim Soo Hyun and Choi Daniel will attract their female fans to movie theaters this summer

Kim Soo Hyun from The Thieves and Choi Daniel from The Traffickers are expected to attract many of their female fans to movie theaters this August.

In The Traffickers, a movie about an illegal organ-trading gang, Choi plays the role of Sang Ho, a husband of a missing person named Chae Hee. Choi, who recently surprised many viewers with his charismatic acting in SBS TV’s drama series Ghost, is again attracting a lot of attention with this strong, charismatic acting in the film.

Perfectly portraying the character Sang Ho, who struggles to find his missing wife, he’s expected to attract a lot of attention by playing the role of a warm-hearted husband who loves his wife. It’s also thrilling to watch the confrontation between the traffickers who have to finish organ-trading within six hours and Sang Ho who has to find his wife also within six hours.

The Thieves is an action film about ten Korean and Chinese thieves who struggle to steal a unique diamond called Tears of the Sun, which is hidden in a casino of Macao. Kim plays the role of Jampano, the youngest thief in the film. Portraying the most romantic thief of all, Kim once attracted a lot of attention with a teaser of his kissing scene with Jeon Ji Hyun, who plays the role of Yenicol. As he attracted many female viewers’ attention in the drama series The Moon Embracing the Sun, it’s expected that he will again attract many female audiences’ attention by playing the attractive character Jampano in the film.

The Thieves was released on July 25 and The Traffickers will be released on August 30.

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