“Default” will be released November 28, 2018 in South Korea.
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Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming movie “Swing Kids” starring Do Kyung-Soo and Park Hye-Soo. The film is set in 1951, at a POW camp in South Korea. People there fall in love with tap dancing, including North Korean Rho Ki-Soo (Do Kyung-Soo). The film is written and directed by Kang Hyung-Chul (“Scandal Makers“/”Sunny“).
The teaser poster also reveals that “Swing Kids” will be released December, 2018 in South Korea.
Gong Yoo cast in movie “Kim Ji-Young Born 1982” (literal title) co-starring Jung Yu-Mi. For those keeping count, Gong Yoo and Jung Yu-Mi previously starred in 2011 film “Silenced” and 2016 film “Train To Busan.” Both of those films were box office hits and critically acclaimed as well.
In movie “Kim Ji-Young Born 1982,” Gong Yoo will play Jung Dae-Hyun. He is married to title character Kim Ji-Young (Jung Yu-Mi). Filming for “Kim Ji-Young Born 1982” will start sometime during the first half of next year in South Korea. Movie is directed by Kim Do-Young. This is her first time as a movie director, but she has an extensive acting resume.
Here’s the first teaser poster for movie upcoming “Unstoppable” starring Ma Dong-Seok and Song Ji-Hyo. The film has Ma Dong-Seok and Song Ji-Hyo playing a married couple. Ma Dong-Seok’s character is reformed gangster, but his wife gets kidnapped and he sets out to get her back.
“Unstoppable” will be released sometime this November, 2018 in South Korea. Ma Dong-Seok also has movie “The Neighbors” (literal title) tentatively scheduled for release this November as well.
Gong Yoo is cast in new movie “Seo Bok.” The film is based on a classic Chinese story “Xu Fu,” but reinterpreted into a modern setting. The film will be directed by Lee Yong-Joo who last directed the memorable romance film “Architecture 101.” In movie “Seo Bok,” Gong Yoo will play an ex-secret agent. He becomes involved in saving a human clone who holds the secret to eternal life.
Filming for “Seo Bok” will begin sometime during the first half of next year in South Korea.
Trailer for movie “Intimate Strangers” starring Yu Hae-Jin, Cho Jin-Woong, Lee Seo-Jin, Yum Jung-Ah, Yoon Kyung-Ho, Kim Ji-Soo and Song Ha-Yoon. The comedy-drama film has a group of friends spending an evening together. They decide to play a game involving their cellphones.
“Intimate Strangers” will be released October 31, 2018.
Here’s two teaser posters for upcoming movie “Sovereign Default’s Day” (literal title) starring Kim Hye-Soo and Yoo Ah-In. The film is set in 1997, during the IMF crisis in South Korea. Caption on the first teaser poster states in Korean “Year 1997 The Day Which Changed Everyone’s Fate” and the caption on the second poster states “Nobody is Warned.”
Lastly, the teaser posters reveals that “Sovereign Default’s Day” will be released November 28, 2018 in South Korea.