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Kim Yoon-seok and Kang Dong-won's "The Priests" cranked up. "The Priests" is about two priests who get involved with a mysterious case to save a girl. Kim Yoon-seok plays father Kim and Kang Dong-won is his junior named Choi Boo-je. "The Priests" is the reunion of Kang Dong-won and Kim Yoon-seok from "JEON WOO CHI : The Taoist Wizard". Kim Yoon-seok said, "There are so many action scenes on which you just have to keep your eyes on. Kang Dong-won said, "You can look forward to it as we worked very hard". "The Priests" is coming later in the year. Read more at: http://tr.im/C2laC 

Movie: The Priests (English title) / Black Priests (literal title)
Revised romanization: Geomeun Sajedeul
Hangul: 검은 사제들
Director: Jang Jae-Hyun
Release Date: 2015
Runtime:108 minutes
Distributor: CJ Entertainment
Language: Korean

Box office    5.7 Million Views (KOBIZ)

US$34.7 million (Wikipedia)



A high school student, Young-Sin (Park So-Dam), gets hit by a car at night. Soon, she suffers from mysterious ailments.

Priest Kim (Kim Yun-Seok) knows the Young-Sin and visits her in the hospital. He is sure she is possessed by demonic spirits. He prepares for an exorcism with the help of the Korean Catholic Church. Priest Kim requires a deacon to help him, but all the deacons flee after taking part in the exorcism. Seminary student Choi (Gang Dong-Won) is chosen as the 11th deacon to assist Priest Kim. They have only one day left to save Young-Sin with their lives all at stake. (Asianwiki)

Kim Yoon-seok as Father Kim
Kang Dong-won as Deacon Choi
Park So-dam as Young-shin
Kim Eui-sung as Dean of clergy
Son Jong-hak as Monsignor
Lee Ho-jae as Father Jeong
Nam Il-woo as Abbot
Kim Byeong-ok as Professor Park
Cho Soo-hyang as Agnes
Park Woong as Bishop
Lee Jeong-yeol as Young-shin's father
Kim So-sook as Young-shin's mother
Don-Don the pig as the Pig





Box Office News

The Priests 검은 사제들 scored one of the best opening weekends this year for a local film as new Hollywood releases fizzled once again at the South Korea box office.

Accounting for 61.9% of this weekend's total revenue, The Priests earned ₩13.0 billion (US$11.3 million) from 1.6 million admissions over four days, representing the fourth highest opening weekend for a local film, after Assassination 암살,Veteran 베테랑 and The Throne 사도.

The CJ Entertainment Inc CJ엔터테인먼트 release stars KIM Yun-seok 김윤석 | 金允錫 and GANG Dong-won 강동원 | 姜棟元 as a priest and a deacon who perform an exorcism on a possessed girl.

External Links

IMDb | Hancinema 


Hancinema "  It's the ritual that marks the real appeal of"The Priests", because it looks really freaky. "



DVD Release

September 2016 via Amazon

The Priest: Exorcism (DVD)


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The Priests / 검은 사제들 (2015) Review: Horror Movie but not really



An “The Exorcist” (1973) inspired Korean Horror movie starring Kim Yun-Seok of “The Classified File” (2015), Gang Dong-Won of “Kundo : Age of the Rampant” (2014), and Park So-Dam of “The Silenced” (2015).



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