Main trailer and four teaser posters added for movie “Start-Up” starring Ma Dong-Seok, Park Jung-Min, Jung Hae-In & Yum Jung-Ah. Movie is based on webcomic “Shidong” by Jo Geum-San and directed by Choi Jeong-Yeol.
Plot Synopsis from AsianWiki: Taek-Il (Park Jung-Min) is 18-years-old and rebellious. He lives with his mother. When she was younger, Taek-Il’s mother played volleyball. Going against what his mother wants, Taek-Il drops out of high school. He spends his days hanging out with his friend Sang-Pil (Jung Hae-In). One day, Taek-Il suddenly leaves home and goes to Wonju, Gangwon Province. He gets a delivery job at a Chinese restaurant. There, he meets mysterious cook Geo-Seok (Ma Dong-Seok) from the Chinese restaurant. Meanwhile, Sang-Pil starts a private loan business.
“Start-Up” is now scheduled for release December 18, 2019 in South Korea.
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Teaser Trailer added for movie “Start-Up” starring Ma Dong-Seok, Park Jung-Min, Jung Hae-In, and Yum Jung-Ah. Movie is based on webcomic “Shidong” by Jo Geum-San and directed by Choi Jeong-Yeol (“One Way Trip“). Above and below are two teaser posters for the film.
“Start-Up” will be released December, 2019 in South Korea.
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English subtitled teaser trailer added for movie “Ashfall” (English title) starring Lee Byung-Hun, Ha Jung-Woo, Ma Dong-Seok, Jeon Hye-Jin & Bae Suzy. The disaster film with the literal title of “Baekdu Mountain” revolves around the sudden eruptions of a volcano on Baekdu Mountain.
“Ashfall” will be released December, 2019 in South Korea.
First teaser trailer for disaster film “Baekdu Mountain” starring Lee Byung-Hun, Ha Jung-Woo, Ma Dong-Seok, Jeon Hye-Jin and Bae Suzy. The film is co-directed by Lee Hae-Jun (“Castaway on the Moon“) and Kim Byung-Seo (“Cold Eyes“). The film revolves around volcano eruptions on Baekdu Mountain which threatens the Korean peninsula. Around the 9 second mark of the teaser trailer, a voice states in Korean “Breaking news. A volcano on Baekdu Mountain erupted.” Below is the movie’s “Launching” teaser poster.
“Baekdu Mountain” will be released sometime this December in South Korea.
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First teaser poster added for movie “Forbidden Dream” starring Choi Min-Sik & Han Suk-Kyu. Movie is directed by Hur Jin-Ho. This is the third film starring Choi Min-Sik & Han Suk-Kyu following 1997 film “No. 3” and 1999 film “Shiri.” Director Hur Jin-Ho and Han Suk-Kyu previously worked together in 1998 film “Christmas in August.” Movie “Forbidden Dream” is a period film and based on the true story of King Sejong (Han Suk-Kyu) and inventor Jang Yeong-Sil (Choi Min-Sik). Caption on the “launching” teaser poster states in Korean “Two geniuses of Joseon, King Sejong and Jang Yeong-Sil.”
“Forbidden Dream” is now scheduled for release December, 2019 in South Korea.
Main trailer and 3 character posters added for movie “Bring Me Home.” The character posters are of Lee Young-Ae, Yoo Jae-Myung, and Park Hae-Joon. Caption on Lee Young-Ae’s character poster states in Korean “I will be sure to find you.” Caption on Yoo Jae-Myung’s character poster states “You know I am a police officer?” Lastly, caption on Park Hae-Joon’s character poster states “Our Yoon-Soo, he will surely come back.” The trailer shows a tense nightmarish thriller, involving a mother who travels to a small town on an island to find her missing child.
“Bring Me Home” first airs November 27, 2019 in South Korea.
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Main trailer added for movie “Black Money” starring Cho Jin-Woong and Lee Ha-Nee. The film is directed by Chung Ji-Young, which is his first film since 2012 movie “National Security.” Also appearing the film are Lee Kyoung-Young, Kang Shin-Il, Choi Duk-Moon, Jo Han-Chul and Heo Sung-Tae. Story for “Black Money” has Cho Jin-Woong playing Prosecutor Yang Min-Hyuk. He investigates the death of a suspect which leads him to uncover a large financial corruption case.
“Black Money” will be released November 13, 2019.
First teaser poster for movie “Bring Me Home” starring Lee Young-Ae. The film marks Lee Young-Ae’s return to the big screen after 2005 film “Sympathy for Lady Vengeance.” “Bring Me Home” recently had its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The film is mystery-thriller centered around a mother, played by Lee Young-Ae, who is trying to find her missing son. Her son disappeared 6 years ago. Caption on the teaser poster states in Korean “Everyone hides the truth.”
“Bring Me Home” is now set for release November 27, 2019 in South Korea.
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Main poster and teaser trailer added for movie “Moonlit Winter” starring Kim Hee-Ae & Kim So-Hye. The film recently had its world premiere as the closing film for the 2019 Busan International Film Festival. The film is written and directed by Lim Dae-Hyung (“Merry Christmas Mr. Mo“). Story for “Moonlit Winter” tells a unique story of a mother and daughter bonding on a trip to Japan and the mother believing she may meet her first love there. Caption on the poster states “…. words that I could not tell you for such a long time. I dream about you too.”
“Moonlit Winter” will be released November 14, 2019 in South Korea.
Main trailer added for movie “The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful” starring Kwon Sang-Woo, Kim Hee-Won, Kim Sung-Kyun, Heo Sung-Tae and Woo Do-Hwan. The film is a spin-off to 2014 film “The Divine Move” starring Jung Woo-Sung. Caption in the main trailer states in Korean (0:23) “World of life risking, high stakes Go!” (0:29) “Contest of people using ghost move begins!” (0:44) “Fate depends on gambling place of Gods” (0:50) “The Divine Move spin-off crime action.” Meanwhile, here’s 6 character posters for the upcoming film. The character posters are of Kwon Sang-Woo as Gwi-Soo, Kim Hee-Won as Teacher Ddong, Kim Sung-Kyun as Heo Il-Do, Heo Sung-Tae as Busan Weed, Woo Do-Hwan as Loner and Won Hyun-Joon as Shaman Jangsung.
“The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful” will be released November 7, 2019 in South Korea.
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