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Name: 박서준 / Park Seo Joon or Park Seo Jun [pronunciation]  [japanese] パクソジュン ; [chinese] 朴叙俊 Birth name: 박용규 / Park Yong Gyu  Date of Birth: 16th December 1988 Star Sign: S

Happy New Year to you all! May your family and loved ones have a happy, healthy, prosperous and successful 2021 Take good care of yourself and love yourself. 2020 has been a special year; I got to wor

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The Divine Fury (2019) — Action special

The Divine Fury (2019) — Action special - Kung Fu Kingdom

Action-horror is one of the most unimpeachable, time-tested unions of genre-hybridity, with everything from zombie movies to “The Raid” serving up delicious cocktails of gore, suspense, and cutthroat action that enthusiastically lives up to its name. Still, with even such a formula being a proven recipe for success, the idea of a Korean exorcism movie with both supernatural and MMA-driven martial arts action is such a Hail Mary (no pun intended) gamble that the very idea itself can’t help but arouse curiosity.

 

Fortunately, “The Divine Fury” impressively brings together such diverging concepts, curdling viewers’ blood with souped-up exorcism scenes with an “Evil Dead” edge while bookending the film with exhilarating and at times, quite literally supernatural martial arts action!

 

 

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MMA fighter Yong-hoo, played by Park Seo Joon, has grown hostile towards the concept of God, following a tragedy in his youth that left him an orphan. However, he begins to reconsider his antipathy towards religion after a crucifixion-type wound inexplicably appears on his hand, eventually leading him to consult with Father Ahn, played by Ahn Sung Ki, an expert in the arcane field of exorcism.

Soon, Yong-hoo’s disbelief in the divine is put to the test through his interactions with Father Ahn, and he soon discovers that the wound may foretell Yong-hoo possessing the supernatural power to battle demons.

As an action-horror movie, “The Divine Fury” decidedly places its emphasis on the latter. The bulk of the film is a dark slow-burn, with increasingly nightmarish scenes of characters major and minor being made the tools of otherworldly forces. With “The Exorcist” forever standing as the bar for the genre that is its namesake, “The Divine Fury” assaults viewers with sequences of demons and exorcisms of an exceptionally hard-core, almost heavy metal quality.

Divine Fists reign the Octagon
Divine Fists reign the Octagon
Chillin' at the blues bar
Chillin’ at the blues bar
Yong-hoo has supernatural fighting abilities
Yong-hoo has supernatural fighting abilities

So committed is “The Divine Fury” to unnerving its audience, in fact, that Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise of the contemporary “It” movies would be right at home here. On the horror end of the action-horror union, “The Divine Fury” gets the job thoroughly done, while offering periodic sprinkles of the former before giving it a full pay-off in the final act.

It must be emphasized that “The Divine Fury” compartmentalizes its action, with Yong-hoo’s MMA career being glimpsed in the beginning in a relatively short cage bout before the movie shifts its emphasis to enemies of the spookier kind. However, rest assured, the pay off of a clerical smackdown right out of “Blade II” is well-worth it.

As cliche as it sounds to make the obligatory video game comparison, it’s not only warranted, but fully complimentary in the final, demon-swarming act of “The Divine Fury”. In keeping with its supernatural gimmick, the movie also adds a few extra layers of clerical finesse to it’s finely-tuned martial arts action.

Yong-hoo may have found God again...
Yong-hoo may have found God again…
Yong-hoo's hand wound carries no natural explanation
Yong-hoo’s hand wound carries no natural explanation
The battle rages on
The battle rages on
Danger zone
Danger zone

There aren’t many precedents for the use of Holy Water as a tool of combat in an action scene, but “The Divine Fury” utilizes it beautifully with the heads of demons bursting into flames upon contact with our hero’s soaked palm. In an era where motion capture and CGI can create almost anything the human mind can dream up, “The Divine Fury” is very likely the only place this year where you’ll see a scaly, clawed demon in pitched battle with a holy man with a literal flaming fist. Now that’s action movie innovation!

The marriage of action and horror is as strong a genre bond as any, and “The Divine Fury” gives everything its got on both. Admittedly, the degree to which it devotes itself to scares and suspense leaves the quantity of martial arts action a little on the lighter side, but in placing its emphasis in that aspect on quality, the movie delivers some of the most memorable and unique action sequences of the year.

“The Divine Fury” bides its time, but doesn’t let you down – it’s a story of rediscovering the power of faith, wrapped up in chills and thrills – perfect for this time of the year I’d say.

Demonic forces lurk in the shadows
Demonic forces lurk in the shadows
Lost boys
Lost boys
Father Ahn guides Yong-hoo in spiritual warfare
Father Ahn guides Yong-hoo in spiritual warfare
Spiritual fu
Spiritual fu
The power of God is a valuable assest in battle.
The power of God is a valuable assest in battle.
Father Ahn brings the power of faith to the fight
Father Ahn brings the power of faith to the fight

 

 
 
 
P.S. Honestly, the fighting scenes in this movie top notch. I was impressed by the 3rd act of the movie due to hard-core last fighting sequence. 
 
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2 hours ago, serenilmauve said:
I honestly laughed). When you a bit too tall for a person next to you))) 

Also ASK being attentive towards PSJ, seeing how he don't know where to stand, he asked him to come to the front and sit near him))

Me too! Then after he made sure psj had sit properly in the right place, he just let himself sitting on the floor lmfao :lol: it's warm seeing him taking care of psj. That's why psj always praises him that he has that father's figure in him :wub:

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4 hours ago, Anjalifairy said:

Me too! Then after he made sure psj had sit properly in the right place, he just let himself sitting on the floor lmfao :lol: it's warm seeing him taking care of psj. That's why psj always praises him that he has that father's figure in him :wub:

 

That mutual adoration to each other is incredible. Like ASK called PSJ “the ball of charms” and recommended as a member of jury;) Respect is strong in this acting duo B)

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This interview is so sweet :blush: 

 

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I'm not sure but are we allowed to share this link in the thread? Or maybe someone already shared this stuff before? 

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10YuAdiFImGQ72WKj3SlWLJcxUXy_oTb1/view?usp=drivesdk

If some of you guys are interested in watching Park Seo Jun and Kim Ji Won vlive full interview, here i give you the link above

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11-YB25xvXcz-45SGw6b0EYaBfE4QmBLL/view?usp=drivesdk

And this is the link for the english subtitle

 

Download both the video and the sub. When you open the video in the player, add the subtitle. 

 

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Notice, how PSJ unlike his character is good at Chinese writing. He used to score 100. It’s funny that he sometimes present himself as less competent in some areas with characters, that he plays. Like not being able to dance or sing, when in reality he is good in both of them;)

 

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10 minutes ago, serenilmauve said:

Notice, how PSJ unlike his character is good in Chinese writing. He used to score 100. It’s funny that he sometimes present himself as less competent in some areas with characters, that he plays. Like not being able to dance or sing, when in reality he is good in both of them;)

 

Reminds me in she was pretty his character is a tone deaf lol :)) When in reality he's pretty good in singing :wub:

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12 minutes ago, Anjalifairy said:

Reminds me in she was pretty his character is a tone deaf lol :)) When in reality he's pretty good in singing :wub:

 

But this scene was brilliant :lol: I still laugh every time when I see it. PSJ even himself admitted it was hard to sing off key lmfao 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, serenilmauve said:

But this scene was brilliant :lol: I still laugh every time when I see it. PSJ even himself admitted it was hard to sing off key lmfao 

 

Yessss that's what i'm talking about :)))

 

and don't forget this one. Iconic :lol:

 

 

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