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Aug 9 @ 7 pm ↪ So, Song and Hwang arriving at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur for the premiere of The Battleship Island.
KUALA LUMPUR: The drizzle did not stop thousands of fans from flocking to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur to catch a glimpse of Korean heartthrob Song Joong-ki.
The Descendants Of The Sun star is in town to promote his latest movie The Battleship Island.
The 31-year-old actor was accompanied by his A-list co-stars So Ji-sub and Hwang Jung-min as well as director Ryoo Seung-wan for the premiere of the film at GSC Pavilion. ''I can really feel the passion from our Malaysian fans here,'' said Song, to the delight of the crowd.
Ryoo praised the cast for their dedication while making the film. ''The actors poured their hearts into the movie and I am grateful for that,'' he said.
Having admired Ryoo's work for a long time, So said he had been hoping for an opportunity to work with him. ''I am grateful for this chance to finally do so,'' the actor said.
Battleship Island is the fastest movie to reach five million tickets sold in South Korea (within eight days of its release) this year.
A fictional story, set towards the end of World War II, is based on historical accounts of Japan’s colonial era and the forced labour of countless Koreans sent to work in a Japanese-run coal mine on Hashima Island.
The film centres on band leader Lee Gang-ok, played by Hwang, who is sent to the island with his daughter and band members after being duped by corrupt officials.
Song stars as Park Moo-young, an elite soldier of the Korean Liberation Army who infiltrates the island to rescue a key independence movement figure.
The movie opens nationwide on Aug 17.
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