There's unique new film coming to theaters in Korea called 'Sunset in My Hometown', which is directed by star director Lee Jun Ik ('King and the Clown', 'Dongju', 'Anarchist from Colony') and inspired by Korean hip-hop.
'Sunset in My Hometown' tells the story of a nameless rapper named Hak Soo a.k.a Shimbbuck, played by actor Park Jung Min. Hak Soo's past growing up in a small town called Byunsan is full of nothing but embarrassing memories, including his traumatic history with his one-sided love Sun Mi (played by Kim Go Eun).
Below, you can catch Hak Soo's cypher from his audition on 'Show Me The Money 6', with cameo appearances by "producers" Dok2 and The Quiett. What do you think of actor Park Jung Min's transformation into a nameless rapper? Meanwhile, 'Sunset in My Hometown' premieres in theaters on July 4.