Teaser posters and main trailer added for upcoming movie “The Poet and The Boy” starring Yang Ik-June, Jeon Hye-Jin and Jung Ga-Ram. The film has Yang Ik-June playing an untalented poet. He has been unable to have a child with his wife, played by Jeon Hye-Jin, due to a low sperm count. He then meets a teenage boy, played by Jung Ga-Ram, who changes him.
“The Poet and The Boy” will be released September, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer added for movie “I Can Speak” starring Lee Je-Hoon and Na Moon-Hee. Movie is directed by Kim Hyun-Seok (“Cyrano Agency“/”C’est si bon“). Story for “I Can Speak” follows a city hall employee (Lee Je-Hoon) and an elderly neighborhood resident (Na Moon-Hee). The city employee is somehow tasked with teaching the elderly woman English.
In addition, “I Can Speak” is now slotted for release sometime this September in South Korea.
Teaser trailer added for period film “Namhansanseong” starring Lee Byung-Hun, Kim Yun-Seok & Park Hae-Il. Movie is set in the year 1636 and in the mountain fortress city of Namhansanseong. The Qing Dynasty attacks Joseon, while King Injo and his retainers use Namhansanseong as an emergency capital. Movie is directed by Hwang Dong-Hyuk (“Silenced“/”Miss Granny“).
“Namhansanseong” is now slotted for release September, 2017 in South Korea.
Second teaser poster and first still images added for movie “V.I.P.” starring Jang Dong-Gun, Kim Myung-Min, Park Hee-Soon and Lee Jong-Suk. For the teaser poster, the caption states “man, that nobody can touch, comes to South Korea from North Korea.”
“V.I.P.” will be released sometime this August in South Korea.
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Poster and trailer for upcoming movie “Forkcrane” starring Uhm Tae-Woong. Movie is directed by Lee Ju-Hyoung. Like Lee Ju-Hyoung’s prior film “Red Family,” movie “Forkcrane” is written and produced by Kim Ki-Duk. Story for “Forkcrane” revolves around a forklift driver played by Uhm Tae-Woong. In his youth, he was a paratrooper and deployed to Gwangju to suppress the Gwangju Uprising. An incident causes the forklift driver to uncover a secret. For those curious, Korean title “Forkcrane” is a Korean term to refer to hydraulic excavators that come from French company “Poclain.”
“Forkcrane” opens July 27, 2017.
Teaser trailer for omnibus film “The Table” (English title) starring Lim Soo-Jung, Jung Yu-Mi, Han Ye-Ri and Jung Eun-Chae. Movie had its world premiere at last year’s Busan International Film Festival. Story for “The Table” takes place over the course of a day and tells four different stories. Each of the stories takes place at the same table between a man and a woman. Movie is directed by Kim Jong-Kwan.
“The Table” will be released August 24, 2017 in South Korea.
Jang Dong-Gun is cast for new movie “Outbreak” (literal title) co-starring Hyun-Bin. The film is set in historical times and is also an action film involving monsters. Movie will be directed by Kim Sung-Hoon (“Confidential Assignment“). For the upcoming film, Jang Dong-Gun will play Kim Ja-Joon. He works as a high ranking government official, equivalent to Minister of Defense. He awaits for the chance to usurp the throne and is in conflict with Lee Chung (Hyun-Bin). Also cast in supporting roles are Jo Woo-Jin, Kim Eui-Sung, Jo Dal-Hwan and Kim Ju-Hyeok will make a special appearance.
Filming for “Outbreak” will begin the second half of this year in South Korea.
More castings has been revealed for upcoming sci-fi film “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” (“In-rang”) starring Gang Dong-Won and directed by Kim Jee-Woon. Now cast in the film are Han Hyo-Joo, Jung Woo-Sung, Kim Moo-Yul, Han Ye-Ri, Heo Jun-Ho and Minho (‘SHINee’). Movie is based on 1999 anime “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade” and its original story by Mamoru Oshii. Read more »
Main trailer added for upcoming horror film “The Mimic” starring Yum Jung-Ah. Movie is written and directed by Huh Jung (“Hide and Seek“).
“The Mimic” opens August 17, 2017 in South Korea.
Here’s character posters of Shin Ha-Kyun and Do Kyung-Soo (‘EXO’) for upcoming movie “Room No.7.” Movie is set to make its world premiere as the opening film at this year’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (July 13-23, 2017). “Room No.7” is a comedy-thriller set at a DVD viewing shop. In particular, secrets are held in room no.7 at the DVD viewing shop which causes a battle between the owner and employee.