Filming for upcoming movie “Night of 7 Years” (literal title), starring Jang Dong-Gun & Ryoo Seung-Ryong, finished May 25, 2016 in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Filming took 6 months to finish. The movie is based on novel “7Nyeonui Bam” by Jung Yoo-Jung (“Shoot Me in the Heart“) and directed by Choo Chang-Min (“Masquerade“).
“Night of 7 Years” will be released sometime next year in South Korea.
Actor Jung Woo is cast in new movie “Retrial” (literal title). The film is based on a real life incident that occurred on August 10, 2000 when a taxi cab driver was murdered. The police later arrested a 15-years-old boy for the crime and he confessed to the crime after undergoing extreme interrogation tactics by the police. The boy would go on to spend 10 years in jail. Jung Woo will play Lee Joon-Young. His character is the attorney who attempts to free the young man from prison and clear his name.
Meanwhile actor Kang Ha-Neul has been offered the role of the falsely accused young man and he is currently “positively considering” the offer. Movie will be directed by Kim Tae-Yoon & filming begins July, 2016 in South Korea.
Main trailer for upcoming movie “The Truth Beneath” starring Son Ye-Jin & Kim Ju-Hyeok. Movie is written and directed by Lee Kyoung-Mi. It has been 8 years since Lee Kyoung-Mi directed her first film “Crush and Blush” starring Kong Hyo-Jin. “The Truth Beneath” is her second film.
“The Truth Beneath” will be released June 23, 2016 in South Korea.
Park Hae-Jin is now cast in movie “Cheese in the Trap.” The movie is based on webcomic “Cheese in the Trap” by Soon Ggi which was previously adapted into 2016 tvN drama series “Cheese in the Trap.” Park Hae-Jin also starred in the tvN drama series version and will reprise his role of Yoo Jung for the movie version.
Filming for movie “Cheese in the Trap” will begin early 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer for upcoming comedy-drama film “Familyhood” starring Kim Hye-Soo, Ma Dong-Seok & Kim Hyun-Soo. The Korean title for the film is “Goodbye Single.” Movie is directed by Kim Tae-Gon (“The Pot“/”Sunshine Boys“).
Story for “Familyhood” has Kim Hye-Soo playing actress/diva Joo-Yeon. Her character is in her 40’s and has now decided to have a baby, but she learns she is unable to. She crosses paths with a pregnant teen played by Kim Hyun-Soo at the hospital.
“Familyhood” is now scheduled for release June 29, 2016 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer & poster for upcoming movie “The Hunt” starring Ahn Sung-Ki, Cho Jin-Woong, Son Hyun-Joo & Han Ye-Ri. Movie is directed by Lee Woo-Chul (“Cello“) and produced by Kim Han-Min (“War of the Arrows“/”Roaring Currents“). Premise for the film has a hunter played by Ahn Sung-Ki protecting local villagers against a group of hunters led by Cho Jin-Woong’s character.
“The Hunt” will be released June, 2016 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer for Korean War film “Operation Chromite” starring Lee Jung-Jae, Liam Neeson, Lee Beom-Soo and Jin Se-Yun. The film is set right before the launch of the Battle of Inchon with Liam Neeson playing General Douglas MacArthur.
“Operation Chromite” will be released July, 2016 in South Korea.
Sung Hoon cast in movie “Come Back to Busan Port” co-starring Lee Jung-Jin & Yang Dong-Geun. Chinese actor Simon Yam will also appear in the film. Movie will be directed by Park Hee-Joon (“Mandate“). Premise for the film has Sung Hoon playing younger brother Tae-Soon. His older twin brother is played by Lee Jung-Jin. The twins were separated at an early age. The younger brother is now the #2 guy for a crime gang and the older brother is a detective.
Filming for “Come Back to Busan Port” begins June, 2016 in Busan, South Korea.
Teaser trailer and teaser posters added for upcoming movie “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River” (English title) starring Yoo Seung-Ho, Cho Jae-Hyun, Ko Chang-Seok, Ra Mi-Ran & Xiumin (‘EXO-M’). Movie is written and directed by Park Dae-Min (“Private Eye“).
“Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River” will be released sometime this July in South Korea.
Teaser posters added for upcoming Korean War film “Operation Chromite” starring Lee Jung-Jae, Lee Beom-Soo and U.S. actor Liam Neeson. Movie is directed by John H. Lee (“Into the Gunfire“) and is set during the Korean War prior to the “Battle of Inchon.”
“Operation Chromite” will be released this July in South Korea.