May 26 2020

Main trailer & poster for zombie film “#Alive”

Main trailer and poster for zombie film “#Alive” starring Yoo Ah-In & Park Shin-Hye. Captions in the trailer state (0:11) “In the world they are running amok,” (0:25) “I was left alone,” (0:27) “Data,” (0:28) “Wi-Fi,” (0:30) “Text Message,” (0:31) “Phone,” (0:33) “Everything is disconnected,” (0:54) “We must survive.”

“#Alive” will be released June, 2020 in South Korea.

May 19 2020

Song Joong-Ki & Kim Hye-Jun cast in movie “Season of You and Me”

Song Joong-Ki and Kim Hye-Jun are cast in movie “Season of You and Me” (literal title). They join Jin Seon-Kyu, who is already cast for a co-lead role. The film is based on the lives of two real people: singer-songwriter Yoo Jae-Ha and singer-songwriter Kim Hyun-Sik. For the film Song Joong-Ki will play Yoo Jae-Ha and Kim Hye-Jun will play Yoo Jae-Ha’s first love. Movie will be directed by Jung Da-Won (“Miss & Mrs. Cops“).

Filming for “Season of You and Me” will begin sometime during the second half of this year, as the latter parts of the film is set in late autumn.

May 18 2020

Two launching posters for movie “#Alive”

Two launching posters for upcoming movie “#Alive” starring Yoo Ah-In and Park Shin-Hye. The title of the movie recently picked up “#Alive” (#Salaidda) from the earlier working title of “#Alone.”

Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki:  city is infected by a mysterious virus, which causes the city to spiral out of control. Joon-Woo (Yoo Ah-In) and Yoo-Bin (Park Shin-Hye) struggle to survive in an isolated apartment complex from those infected with the virus. Everything including internet, phone, and electricity has been disconnected around the apartment.

“#Alive” will be released June, 2020 in South Korea.

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May 13 2020

Teaser trailer for movie “Baseball Girl”

Teaser trailer added for movie “Baseball Girl” starring Lee Joo-Young, Lee Joon-Hyuk, and Yum Hye-Ran. In the movie, Lee Joo-Young plays a young woman who tries to become a professional baseball player. Captions in the teaser trailer states in Korean (0:38) “Baseball girl dreaming of pro ‘Joo Soo-In’ (Lee Joo-Young),” (0:42) “How do people know my future? Even, I don’t know,” (0:44) “I won’t give up without even trying.”

Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Joo Soo-In (Lee Joo-Young) is a player on her high school baseball team. She is the only girl on the team and is talented as a baseball player. She is known as the “genius baseball girl” because of her talent. Joo Soo-In wants to continue to play baseball after she graduates from high. She struggles to join a professional baseball team.

“Baseball Girl” will be released June, 2020 in South Korea.

May 7 2020

TaecYeon cast in movie “Hansan”

TaecYeon is cast in historical action film “Hansan” starring Park Hae-Il. The film is the second installment in a trilogy of films planned by director Kim Han-Min that revolves around the life of Admiral Yi Sun-Shin. His first film for the trilogy was 2014 film “Roaring Currents.” For movie “Hansan,” TaecYeon will play Im Joon-Young. He is a member of the Joseon naval force led by Yi Sun-Shin (Park Hae-Il). The screenplay will revolve around the “Battle of Hansan Island” which took place in 1592.

Filming for “Hansan” will begin in the second half of this year in South Korea.

May 6 2020

Launching teaser trailer for movie “Space Sweepers”

Launching teaser trailer added for upcoming movie “Space Sweepers” starring Song Joong-Ki & Kim Tae-Ri. Movie is directed by Jo Sung-Hee (“A Werewolf Boy“). The sci-fi film reveals around the crew of Spaceship Victory which includes Captain Jang (Kim Tae-Ri), Pilot Tae-Ho (Song Joong-Ki), Tiger Park (Jin Seon-Kyu) and Robot Eobdong (Yu Hae-Jin). They look for space garbage to make money, but they come across a robot that is a weapon of mass destruction.

“Space Sweepers” will be released sometime this summer in South Korea.

Apr 9 2020

“Time to Hunt” won’t stream on Netflix as originally planned

Movie “Time to Hunt,” starring Lee Je-Hoon & Choi Woo-Sik, will not stream on Netflix as originally planned from April 10, 2020. Movie distribution company Contents Panda sued in the South Korean courts to stop the release on Netflix due to Contents Panda having international distribution rights for the film prior to the Netflix agreement with studio company Little Big Pictures. The decision to stream the film exclusively on Netflix worldwide came about after its original theatrical release date of February 26, 2020 in South Korea was postponed due to the COVID19 outbreak.

The film has attracted attention for its world premiere at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and the film being the second film directed by Yoon Sung-Hyun. His first film “Bleak Night” won numerous awards after its release in 2011. Adding a little more interest to the fire is the appearance of Choi Woo-Sik, who recently co-starred in Cannes/Oscars award winning film “Parasite.”

The release date for “Time to Hunt” is now unknown.

Apr 2 2020

First trailer for sequel film “Peninsula”

First trailer for upcoming sequel film “Peninsula” starring Gang Dong-Won. Movie is directed by Yeon Sang-Ho and is a sequel to 2016 fim “Train To Busan.” “Peninsula” is set 4 years after “Train To Busan.” Captions in the trailer states (0:23) “Unprecedented disaster,” (0:29) “4 years later,” (0:42) “Ruined land,” (0:48) “Someone surved and …,” (0:50) “Someone were dumped,” (1:00) “It’s not over yet.” Below are the first two still images from the movie.

“Peninsula” is scheduled for release sometime this summer in South Korea.

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Mar 23 2020

“Time to Hunt” to be released on Netflix

According to Little Big Pictures, movie “Time to Hunt,” starring Lee Je-Hoon, Ahn Jae-Hong, Choi Woo-Sik, Park Jung-Min, and Park Hae-Soo, will be released via Netflix worldwide on April 10, 2020. The film had its world premiere February, 2020 at the Berlin International Film Festival and was scheduled to be released February 26, 2020 in South Korea, but its release in South Korea was postponed due to COVID-19. Meanwhile, distributor Contents Panda has worked on international sales for the film and resists Little Big Pictures’ decision to release the film through Netflix. Without an agreement with Contents Panda, Little Big Pictures signed a contract with Netflix. “Time to Hunt” is directed by Yoon Sung-Hyun (“Bleak Night“).