Here’s two official still images from upcoming movie “Okja” directed by Bong Joon-Ho. The still images are of Ahn Seo-Hyun and Lily Collins.. The film “Okja” is a Netflix film that will premiere on the streaming website and also see a theatrical release in various countries including South Korea. Story for “Okja” follows a young girl (Mi-Ja) as she attempts to find her friend Okja who is a massive animal. It turns out there’s a conspiracy of sorts involving a multi-national company. International cast for the film also features Jake Gyllenhaal Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano & Giancarlo Esposito.
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Gang Dong-Won & Han Hyo-Joo are cast in new movie “Golden Slumber.” The film is based on 2007 Japanese novel “Golden Slumber” by Kotaro Isaka and a remake of 2010 film “Golden Slumber” starring Masato Sakai & Yuko Takeuchi in the lead roles. Movie will be directed by No Dong-Seok. Also cast in supporting roles are Kim Dae-Myung, Kim Sung-Kyun and Kim Eui-Sung.
Filming for “Golden Slumber” will begin sometime during the first half of 2017 in South Korea.
Filming for upcoming movie “Battleship Island” starring Hwang Jung-Min, So Ji-Sub & Song Joong-Ki, finished December 20, 2016 in Chuncheon, South Korea. Filming took 6 months to complete. Movie is directed by Ryoo Seung-Wan. The last scene filmed took place inside of a coal mine.
“Battleship Island” will be released sometime next yer in South Korea.
In movie “Steel Rain,” Jung Woo-Sung will play Eom Chul-Woo. He is a former agent of the North Korean Intelligence Bureau. Kwak Do-Won will play Kwak Chul-Woo. He is an acting Senior Presidential Secretary of Foreign and Security Affairs for South Korea. The two men carry out a secret operation to prevent a Korean War.
Meanwhile, actress Ko Ah-Sung has been offered a major supporting character role. If she accepts, she will play a North Korean woman who comes to South Korea and becomes involved in a case.
Filming for “Steel Rain” begins February, 2017 in South Korea.
Filming finished December 15, 2016 for upcoming movie “House Above Time” starring Kim Yunjin & TaecYeon. The last day of filming took place in Iksan, North Jeolla-Province, South Korea. Story for “House Above Time” revolves around a house where a woman’s (Kim Yunjin) husband died and her son disappeared. The woman went to prison for 25 years, but she returns to the house.
Meanwhile, still images above are the first of Kim Yunjin and TaecYeon from the movie. “House Above Time” will be released during the first half of 2017 in South Korea.
Main trailer for movie “The King” starring Zo In-Sung & Jung Woo-Sung. Movie is written and directed by Han Jae-Rim. Story for “The King” follows the rise of a prosecutor (Zo In-Sung) as he becomes obsessed with obtaining power. The trailer certainly gives off a similar vibe to “Nameless Gangster.”
“The King” will be released January, 2017 in South Korea.
Filming for upcoming movie “Robber” (literal title), starring Sol Kyung-Gu & Siwan, finished December 10, 2016. Shooting took 4 months to complete. The photos above are from the last day of filming for the movie. Story for “Robber” takes place in prison and follows the aspirations of an inmate played by Sol Kyung-Gu to become the most powerful prisoner. Siwan plays a new inmate who doesn’t answer to anyone. Movie is written and directed by Byun Sung-Hyun.
“Robber” will be released sometime next year in South Korea.
Story for “Room 7” takes place at a DVD bang. A DVD bang is a place in South Korea that rents out DVD’s to be watched in their rooms which usually feature comfortable couches, projection TV’s and high fidelity stereo systems. In movie “Room 7,” Shin Ha-Kyun plays Doo-Sik. He owns a DVD bang, but the business is about to go bankrupt. Do Kyung-Soo will play Tae-Jung. He works part-time at the DVD bang. A mystery then takes place in room 7 at the DVD bang.
Filming for “Room 7” begins this January in South Korea.
Main trailer added for upcoming movie “Misbehavior” starring Kim Ha-Neul, Yu In-Young & Lee Won-Geun. Movie is written and directed by Kim Tae-Young (“Set Me Free“). Story for “Misbehavior” revolves around 2 female teachers and a male high school student. Kim Ha-Neul plays Hyo-Joo. She isn’t tenured at the school, but presumes to become so in the near future. The school board chairman’s daughter played by Yu In-Young then comes to the school as a new tenured teacher. Hyo-Joo then witnesses Yu In-Young’s character in a passionate embrace with a male student played by Lee Won-Geun.
“Misbehavior” will be released sometime January, 2017 in South Korea.