Sunday, December 11, 2011

ZE:A to star in "RONIN POP" movie

Back in January it was announced that members of the Korean idol group ZE:A were cast to star in the Korean/Japanese collaboration movie "Ronin Pop".
Now, information on ZE:A's first film as a group has finally been revealed.
Directed by Matsuda Keita, this action-fantasy flick takes place in a futuristic, post-nuclear war world and revolves around the violence and power struggle of those who managed to survive. A girl named Anita and her brother Lee (Kwang Hee) find themselves in the midst of a battle between two gangs that has been going on for centuries. Thankfully, both of them meet a wanderer Tony (Heechul), who initially doesn't take any interest in the war, but as it becomes more dangerous, decides to offer help.
"Ronin Pop" is set to be released in theaters in March and will be shown twice on the 12th at Tokyo's Nippon Seinenkan Theater and on 13th at Osaka's Minamimido Theater. Tickets will be available for purchase starting January 7 on the movie's official web-site.
Film Cast:
Jung Hee Chul as Tony the wanderer
Moon Jun Young as Jacky the dining hall owner
Siwon as Lee, Anita's brother
Hwang Kwang Hee as Chan, Mad Dragons' boss
Kim Dong Joon as Ape, Chan's underling
Ha Min Woo as Ken, Chan's underling
Kevin as Alex, Chan's bodyguard
Park Hyung Sik as Kin, Shiga's aid
Kim Tae Hun as Gin, Shiga's aid
ZE:A also contributed to movie's OST, releasing their first English song, titled “Invincible”. The video contains scenes from the movie and gives insight on what it will be about. Check it out!