Ha Jung-Woo tries to stop a new world war in ‘Take Point’

posted March 19, 2019 at 06:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
Korean superstar Ha Jung-Woo (Along With the Gods franchise) brings a different kind of action in a new film titled Take Point.

Ha Jung-Woo  tries to stop a new world war in ‘Take Point’

The story is set in the year 2024, on the day of the US Presidential election. Ahab (Ha Jung-Woo) and his team of elite mercenaries were ordered by the CIA to take on the secret mission of abducting a high-profile North Korean official. 

Ahab’s team sneaks in an underground bunker below the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), and suddenly gets caught in crossfire between China and the US. Ahab and his team have to deal with abandonment, betrayal and at the same time have to stop tensions from escalating that could likely start a third World War.

Ha Jung-Woo  tries to stop a new world war in ‘Take Point’
 The cast of 'Take Point' composed of South Korean and American actors.
Ha Jung-Woo and fellow Korean actor Lee Sun-Kyun are joined by American actors Jennifer Ehle, Malik Yoba, and Kevin Durand (CSI and Lost TV series) in the movie which screens in the Philippines starting today.

Presented by VIVA International Pictures and MVP Entertainment, Take Point is directed by Kim Byung-Woo, the director of the 2013 award-winning movie, The Terror Live

With Kim Byung-Woo at the helm, Take Point has combined a clever plot of action and political power games. ​

Topics: Ha Jung-Woo , Take Point , Korean Demilitarized Zone , Lee Sun-Kyun , Jennifer Ehle , Malik Yoba , Kevin Durand , Kim Byung-Woo
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