Actor Lee Je-hoon and many veteran actors have teamed up together for a new thriller movie opening during the first half of 2013.

The pic’s distributer Lotte Entertainment unveiled the behind-the-scene footage of “Ethics of Fury” (translated title) and said the production crew began filming on July 18.

In the photo, which was taken during the first shooting held in Gyeonggi Province last Wednesday, the “Architecture 101” star is wiretapping his secret lover while wearing black glasses.

“Lee was already immersed in his character even though it was his first shooting day. He is no more a rookie actor. I’m happy to be working with him,“ director Park Myeong-rang was quoted as saying.

“Ethics of Fury” focuses on the murder case of a female graduate student and Lee plays a police officer named Jung-hoon who lives next door to the victim.

The motion pic has raised the bar with its impressive roster of veteran actors and actresses, such as Moon So-ri, Jo Jin-woong and Kwak Do-won of SBS’ current TV series “Phantom.”

In the meantime, Lee will be out of the spotlight for a while later this year to fulfill his two-year mandatory military service.

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