WIN! Tickets to Exclusive Preview Screening of The Divine Fury


Yet another movie about priests, you ask? Well, yes. And yes, it is another action thriller. Korea seems to be interested in writing stories about this theme in recent years. But before you dismiss it completely, maybe the fact that Park Seo Joon is the lead may change your mind?

Synopsis of The Divine Fury:

The Divine Fury follows Yong-hoo (played by Park Seo Joon), a champion fighter who wakes up one day with mysterious wounds on his hands. After losing his father at a young age, he had abandoned his Christian faith, choosing to only believe in himself. However, the appearance of the mysterious wounds leads to him seeking help from a local priest Father Ahn (played by Ahn Sung Ki), in hopes that he would be able to heal his pain. Instead, the fighter ends up realising he has developed divine powers to help him in a different kind of battle – against evil forces wreaking havoc in the human world.

Check out the trailer below:

Want to watch Park Seo Joon go from fighting in the boxing ring (Fight My Way, anyone?) to fighting demons? (x)clusive is giving away five pairs of tickets to the exclusive preview screening of The Divine Fury which has just hit Korean cinemas this week!

Details of the Exclusive Preview Screening:

Date: 7th August 2019, Wednesday
Time: 7.10PM
Venue: Golden Village Suntec

How to Win!

All you need to do is to 1) follow (x)clusive on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, 2) follow Purple Plan on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and 3) fill in the following form for a chance to win! The contest ends on 4th August 2019 (Sunday), 2359H. Five (5) lucky winners will be picked at random. Winners will be contacted on 5th August 2019 (Monday) via email. Do note that multiple entries are not allowed and will automatically be disqualified.

Good luck!

The Divine Fury opens in Singapore on 15th August 2019.

Much thanks to the team at Purple Plan for the tickets!

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