The Divine Move
Current user rating: 92/100 (117 votes)
- Movie: The Divine Move (English title) / God's One Move (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Shinui Han Soo
- Hangul: 신의 한 수
- Director: Jo Bum-Gu
- Writer: Yoo Sung-Hyub
- Producer: Park Mae-Hee, Yoo Jung-Hoon
- Cinematographer: Kim Dong-Young
- Release Date: July 3, 2014
- Runtime: 118 min.
- Genre: Action / Crime Team
- Distributor: Showbox/Mediaplex
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Tae-Suk (Jung Woo-Sung) and two associates run a scam during a high stakes game of go. The game goes horribly wrong, with the outcome resulting in the murder of Tae-Suk's brother. Meanwhile, Tae-Suk is framed for his brother's death and is sentenced to prison for 7 years.
Tae-Suk then schemes to inflict maximum pain upon the criminals that killed his brother. Tae-Suk must first master the game of go and also learn to kill with his fists.
- Filming begins August, 2013.
- Movie title "Shinui Han Soo" ("God's One Move") refers to a winning move in the board game of "Baduk" (known in the West as "Go"), when the opponent is unable to counter and loses.
- Lee Si-Young & Choi Jin-Hyuk portray criminals for the first time in their acting careers.
|Jung Woo-Sung||Lee Beom-Soo||Ahn Sung-Ki||Kim In-Kwon|
|Tae-Suk||Salsoo ("Executioner")||Joonim ("Jesus")||Kkongsoo ("Trick")|
|Lee Si-Young||Choi Jin-Hyuk||Ahn Kil-Kang||Jung Hae-Kyun|
|Baekkob ("Belly Button")||Sunsoo ("Player")||Heo Moksoo ("Carpenter Heo")||Ahdari ("Bullseye")|
Additional Cast Members:
- Ahn Seo-Hyun - Lang-Lang
- Lee Do-Kyeong - Wang Sabum ("King Master")
- Lee Yong-Nyeo - female loan cashier at gambling house
- Kim Myung-Soo - Tae-Suk's older brother
- Kim Se-Dong - Instructor Lee
- Choi Il-Hwa - mob boss
- Kwon Tae-Won - CEO that loses in mahjong
- Bae Sung-Woo - mahjong man
- Kim Hong-Fa - prison warden
- Yoo Soon-Chul - 70-year-old CEO
- Kim So-Jin - Young-Sook
- Jung Yoon-Sun - female timekeeper
- Seo Geun-Woo - male timekeeper
- Lee Eun-Ji - "Gadesu" employee
- Kim Dong-Ha - character stand-in
- Hong Sung-Duk - professional
- 2014 (51st) Daejong Film Awards - November 21, 2014
- Best Editing