Mar 2 2018

Trailer for movie “A Tiger in Winter”

Trailer for movie “A Tiger in Winter” starring Lee Jin-Wook and Ko Hyun-Jung. The pair were starring in currently airing SBS drama series “Return” before Ko Hyun-Jung left the series due to disagreements with the staff from that drama series. Movie “A Tiger in Winter” is written and directed by Lee Kwang-Kuk who has worked apprenticed under Hong Sang-Soo for several of his films and this is Lee Kwang-Kuk’s third directed feature length film.

“A Tiger in Winter” opens sometime this April in South Korea.

Feb 28 2018

Main trailer for horror film “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum”

Main trailer for horror film “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” starring Wi Ha-Joon, Park Sung-Hoon and Lee Seung-Wook. Movie is directed by Jung Bum-Sik (“Horror Stories“). In the film, a guy, that streams live videos on the internet, recruits a group of people to go into an abandoned psychiatric hospital at night. The hospital is Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital, which was a real psychiatric hospital and was once voted by CNN as one of the 7 freakiest places on Earth.

“Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” will be released March, 2018 in South Korea.

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Feb 26 2018

Teaser trailer for movie “Mothers”

Teaser trailer for movie “Mothers” starring Lim Soo-Jung. Movie is based on novel “Dangshinui Bootak – My Other Mother” by Lee Dong-Eun and he also directs the film. Story for “Mothers” has Lim Soo-Jung playing 32-year-old Hyo-Jin. Her husband died two years earlier in a car accident and his son from a different marriage comes to live with her.

“Mothers” is now slotted for release April, 2018 in South Korea.

Feb 22 2018

Main trailer for movie “Microhabitat”

Main trailer for movie “Microhabitat” starring Esom. Movie follows a young woman who makes very little money while working as a housekeeper. With the increase in price for one of her favorite vices (cigarettes), she decides to give up her apartment rather than give up cigarettes and whisky.

“Microhabitat” will be released March 22, 2018 in South Korea.


Feb 21 2018

Lee Young-Ae cast in movie “Find Me”

Lee Young-Ae is cast in movie “Find Me” (literal title). Although Lee Young-Ae starred in 2017 SBS drama series “Saimdang, Light’s Diary,” this is her first movie acting role since 2005 film “Sympathy for Lady Vengeance.” In the film “Find Me,” Lee Young-Ae will play a mother named Jung-Yeon. She has a son with a mental disability. Her son then disappears from a playground and Jung-Yeon tries to find her son. Movie will be directed by first time feature film director Kim Seung-Woo.

Filming for “Find Me” will begin sometime during the first half of this year in South Korea.

Feb 21 2018

Main posters for movie “Be With You”

Here’s 2 main posters for upcoming movie “Be With You” starring So Ji-Sub and Son Ye-Jin. Caption on the left poster asks “Do you have? The only one person like a miracle” and the poster on the right states “She, who died 1 year ago, comes back.”

“Be With You” will be released March 14, 2018 in South Korea.


Feb 21 2018

Park Seo-Joon offered lead role in new movie “Saja”

Park Seo-Joon has been offered the lead role in new movie “Saja” (Korean title). The film is written and directed by Kim Joo-Hwan. Park Seo-Joon and director Kim Joo-Hwan worked together previously in 2017 film “Midnight Runners.” Currently, Park Seo-Joon is “positively considering” the offer. If Park Seo-Joon accepts will play a man who lost his father. The title of the film “Saja” means “Lion” in English.

Feb 21 2018

Trailer for movie “Butterfly Sleep”

Trailer for Japanese-Korean film “Butterfly Sleep” starring Miho Nakayama and Kim Jae-Wook. Movie is written and directed by Jeong Jae-Eun (“Take Care of My Cat“). The film revolves around 54-year-old novelist Ryoko Matsumura (Miho Nakayama) and twenty something year old Chan-Hae (Kim Jae-Wook). Chan-Hae is from South Korea and he helps Ryoko Matsumura write her latest novel. During their time together they fall in love, but Ryoko Matsumura has Alzheimer’s.

“Butterfly Sleep” had its world premiere in October, 2017 at the Busan International Film Festival and will be released May 12, 2018 in Japan.