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  • Juice Shin


Give him his flowers.

Lee Kwang Soo is generating quite a stir at the box office this year with his picture 'The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure,' which became the first Korean film to break the 1 million viewer mark this year. He is being lauded for his beautifully comic performance.

'The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure' is the follow-up film to 2014's 'The Pirates,' which set a precedent for the Korean entertainment blockbuster industry. It chronicles the trip of a band of pirates to the sea in search of the royal treasure that has vanished without a trace. The film chronicles these bands of pirates' remarkable exploits. Lee Kwang Soo, in particular, brings delicious laughter to the theaters by developing a funny character that fits seamlessly into the picture and is earning positive reviews from fans and viewers.

Lee Kwang Soo has been known for his acting abilities in the films 'Inseparable Bros' and 'Sinkhole', each of which he created his own distinct character. He portrays a member of the treasure-seeking pirates in this film. He has built a character with depth while still incorporating a comedic element. His character is tasked with the responsibility of eliciting laughter, with an unpredictable

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