Movie “Silence” (literal title), starring Choi Min-Sik, Park Shin-Hye and Ryoo Joon-Yeol, is now set for release sometime this November in South Korea. The film is based on Chinese film “Silent Witness” and directed by Jung Ji-Woo (“Eungyo“). In addition, here’s 11 new still images from the upcoming film.
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Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming movie “The Swindlers” (English title) starring Hyun-Bin and Yoo Ji-Tae. Appearing on the teaser poser are Hwang Ji-Sung (Hyun-Bin), Prosecutor Park (Yoo Ji-Tae), Ko Suk-Dong (Bae Sung-Woo), Kwak Seung-Gun (Park Sung-Woong), Section Chief Kim (An Se-Ha) and Choon-Ja (Nana). They don’t necessarily trust each other, but they work together to catch a notorious swindler.
“The Swindlers” is now set for release sometime this November in South Korea.
Filming for sequel film “The Accidental Detective 2” finished September 11, 2017 and took about 3 months to complete. The movie will star Kwon Sang-Woo, Sung Dong-Il and Lee Kwang-Soo. Story for the sequel film will have Kang Dae-Man (Kwon Sang-Woo) selling his comic book store and opening a private eye detective agency without telling his wife. After filming the last scene for the movie, Kwon Sang-Woo stated “It was meaningful that I acted with actors and actresses from ‘The Accidental Detective.’ I think the movie will give new pleasure to the audience.” Movie is directed by Lee Eon-Hee.
“The Accidental Detective 2” opens sometime next year in South Korea.
Filming for the movie began on September 11, 2017 around the Hongik University area of Seoul, South Korea. The first scene filmed involved Hak-Soo (Park Jung-Min) running into his hometown friends Sang-Yeol (Bae Je-Ki), Goo-Bok (Choi Jung-Hun) and Seok-Ki (Im Sung-Jae) who all came to Seoul. In addition, Shin Hyun-Bin is cast for a supporting role in the film. Shin Hyun-Bin will play Mi-Kyung. Her character went to the same elementary school as Hak-Soo (Park Jung-Min) and Sun-Mi (Kim Go-Eun) and was a popular student back then.
“Byeonsan” will be released sometime next year in South Korea.
Movie “Glass Garden,” starring Moon Geun-Young, has been selected as the opening film for the 22nd Busan International Film Festival (October 12-21, 2017). Its screening at the festival will also mark its world premiere. Movie is written and directed by Shin Su-Won (“Passerby #3″/”Madonna”). In addition, two posters have been released to promote the film.
“Glass Garden” will have its general premiere sometime this October in South Korea.
Newcomer Jeon Song-Seo is cast for the lead female role in movie “Burning” (working title) co-starring Yoo Ah-In. Movie is written and directed by award winning director Lee Chang-Dong. Jeon Song-Seo landed the lead female role after going through auditions which began last month. This is her first acting role. For the movie “Burning,” Jeon Song-Seo will play Hae-Mi. She is the hometown friend of Jong-Soo (Yoo Ah-In) and Jong-Soo loves her.
Filming for movie “Burning” will begin in the middle of this month.
Trailer for upcoming movie “RV: Resurrected Victims” starring Kim Rae-Won and Kim Hae-Sook. Movie features a unique blend of mystery-thriller with a fantasy twist. In the film, Kim Rae-Won plays Prosecutor Seo Jin-Hong. He seeks out the killer of his mother. Meanwhile, bizarre cases referred to as “Resurrected Victims Phenomenon” occurs globally.
“RV: Resurrected Victims” opens October, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming period film “Man of Will” starring Cho Jin-Woong and Song Seung-Heon. Movie is based on the true story of Korean independence activist Kim Koo. Story also features actor Song Seung-Heon playing a villain for the first time in his career.
“Man of Will” is now set for release October 19, 2017 in South Korea.
Filming for movie “That’s Only My World” (working & literal title) finished August 27, 2017 in South Korea. Filming took about 3 months to finish. After filming finished, Lee Byung-Hun stated “I dropped a lot of sweat and got rained on a lot during summer filming. All actors, actresses and staff members worked hard. I am glad to finish safely and hope it turns out into a good film.” The film is now in the post-production stage. In the film, Lee Byung-Hun plays washed up boxer Jo-Ha. His younger brother Jin-Tae, played by Park Jung-Min, has savant syndrome. Their mother played by Youn Yuh-Jung brings them together. Han Ji-Min plays a genius pianist who suddenly quits. Kim Sung-Ryoung plays Madame Hong. She is the owner of the house where Jin-Tae and In-Sook live. Movie is directed by Choi Sung-Hyun (screenwriter of “The Fatal Encounter“).
So Ji-Sub & Son Ye-Jin are now cast in remake film “Be with You.” Movie is based novel “Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu” by Takuji Ichikawa, which was previously adapted into 2004 film “Be with You” and 2005 TBS drama series “Be With You.” Also cast in supporting roles are Kim Ji-Hwan, Ko Chang-Seok, Lee Joon-Hyuk and Son Yeo-Eun. Story for the film revolves around a father (So Ji-Sub) and his son Ji-Ho (Kim Ji-Hwan). The wife (Son Ye-Jin) passed away, but promised she would be back on a rainy day one year later.
Filming for “Be with You” began August 12, 2017 and the movie will be released sometime next year in South Korea.