EXO member DO and actor Jo Jung Suk recently confirmed their casting in upcoming Korean movie "Hyung".
The film, which tells the story of two brothers, will features the K-Pop star as the younger sibling and a judo athlete, who meets with an accident a day before his national judo competition.
Talking about his character, DO said, "This is a role I haven't played yet, so I have even more ambition to do well. I read the scenario in one sitting, and I trembled with excitement and couldn't sleep. I won't forget that feeling and I will immerse myself in acting."
Meanwhile, Jung Suk will play the role of an arrogant elder brother who leaves home at a very young age and returns only after 15 years.
"It's every actor's ambition to take part in a good production. So I willingly chose this movie. It's a human story that everyone can sympathise with, and that's its best point. I'm already looking forward to it. I will greet you all with a good image, so I ask for a lot of interest," AllKpop quoted the actor as saying.
"Hyung" is directed by Kwon Soo Kyung of "Barefoot Gi Bong" fame and written by "Miracle in Cell No. 7″ creator Yoo Young Ah. The production process of the film is scheduled to begin by October.
EXO member DO made his film debut last year by portraying a high school boy named Tae-young in the film, "Cart", and he is currently busy filming the movie, "Pure Love".