Main poster and main trailer for upcoming crime-action film “Believer” starring Cho Jin-Woong, Ryoo Joon-Yeol and Kim Ju-Hyeok. Movie is the last film that Kim Ju-Hyeok appeared in before his death in a car accident on October 30, 2017.
Release date for “Believer” has been moved from May 24, 2018 to May 22, 2018 which is holiday in Korea (Birth of Buddha).
Cho Jung-Seok and Yoona (‘Girls’ Generation’) are cast for lead roles in disaster film “Exit” (working title). The film will have Cho Jung-Seok’s character holding a 70th birthday celebration for his mother at a convention hall. Yoona’s character works at the convention hall. Poisonous gas then spreads throughout the city.
“Exit” will be released by CJ Entertainment sometime during summer, 2019 in South Korea.
Teaser posters and teaser trailer #2 for sequel film “The Accidental Detective 2” starring Kwon Sang-Woo, Sung Dong-Il and Lee Kwang-Soo. The sequel film features new character Yeochi played by Lee Kwang-Soo. He used to work on a cyber investigation team and now teams up with Kang Dae-Man (Kwon Sang-Woo) and No Tae-Soo (Sung Dong-Il).
“The Accidental Detective 2” will be released June, 2018 in South Korea.
A “coming soon” teaser trailer added for upcoming sequel film “The Accidental Detective 2” starring Kwon Sang-Woo, Sung Dong-Il and Lee Kwang-Soo. The film is a sequel to “The Accidental Detective” with Lee Kwang-Soo added to the main cast.
Release date for “The Accidental Detective 2” is now set for sometime June, 2018 in South Korea.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming MBC drama series “Come Here and Give Me A Hug” starring Chang Ki-Yong and Jin Ki-Joo.
Meanwhile, above are still images Jin Ki-Joo in the drama series. She plays Han Jae-Yi. She is now an actress, but she went through a horrific nightmare as a teenager.
Still images below is of Chang Ki-Yong. He plays Deective Chae Do-Jin. His father is a murderer and he tries to atone for his father’s ways.
“Come Here and Give Me A Hug” first airs May 16, 2018 in South Korea.
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Ra Mi-Ran and Lee Sung-Kyung are cast for lead roles in new movie “Girl Cops” (working title). The film will be directed by Jung Da-Won (“Garak Market Revolution“). In the film, Ra Mi-Ran will play a veteran detective and Lee Sung-Kyung will play a rookie detective who chase after a criminal case.
Filming for “Girl Cops” will begin July, 2018 in South Korea.
Main poster and main trailer added for upcoming movie “Burning” starring Yoo Ah-In, Steven Yeun and Jeon Song-Seo. Movie “Burning” is directed by Lee Chang-Dong and will have its world premiere in the competition section at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Korean caption on the poster states “Now tell the truth.”
“Burning” will be released May 17, 2018 in South Korea.
Trailer for movie “Believer” starring Cho Jin-Woong,Ryoo Joon-Yeol and Kim Ju-Hyeok. Movie is directed by Lee Hae-Young (“The Silenced“). Trailer reveals a dark, atmospheric and violent film.
“Believer” will be released May 24, 2018 in South Korea.
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Movie “After Love,” starring Park Si-Hoo and Yoon Eun-Hye, is now scheduled to be released sometime this month in South Korea. Filming for the romance-melodrama movie took place from November 9, 2014 to February 1, 2015 and the film has picked and delayed different release dates over the past couple of years. With the recent sky-high popularity of the Park Si-Hoo led KBS2 drama series “My Golden Life,” releasing “After Love” soon would seem to be a wise move.
Here’s 3 International posters for upcoming Lee Chang-Dong directed film “Burning.” The posters features lead actors Yoo Ah-In, Steven Yeun and Jeon Song-Seo respectively. Movie “Burning” has also been invited to screen at the 71st Cannes Film Festival (May 8-19, 2018) in the “In Competition” section. This is the third Lee Chang-Dong film that will screen at Cannes following “Secret Sunshine” and “Poetry.”
“Burning” will be released sometime this May in South Korea.