Teaser poster added for movie “The Night of the Hunter” starring Lee Je-Hoon, Choi Woo-Sik, Ahn Jae-Hong, and Park Jung-Min. The film follows three friends who set in play a dangerous plan to start a new life.
“The Night of the Hunter” will be released February, 2020 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer and teaser poster added for mystery film “The Closet” starring Ha Jung-Woo, Kim Nam-Gil, and Heo Yool. At the 8 second mark of the teaser trailer, Korean captions states “Closet door opened and …” and at the 18 second mark “child disappeared.” Caption on the teaser poster states “Closet door opened and child disappeared.”
Plot synopsis by AsianWiki: Due to a sudden accident, Sang-Won’s (Ha Jung-Woo) wife dies. Sang-Won has a daughter Yi-Na (Heo Yool), but his relationship with Yi-Na becomes awkward. To recover his relationship with Yi-Na, they move to a new house. Sang-Won tries to get close to Yi-Na, but it’s not easy. One day, Yi-Na tells him that she has a new friend. Since that time, she begins to laugh. But, Sang-Won hears strange sounds rom Yi-Na’s closet and he notices unusual signs from Yi-Na. Sang-Won then begins to have strange dreams.
Yi-Na then disappears. Sang-Won looks for his daughter, when mysterious man Kyung-Hoon (Kim Nam-Gil) comes to him. He tells Sang-Won that he knows where Yi-Na is and points to her closet.
“The Closet” will be released February, 2020 in South Korea.
Character trailer and poster added for upcoming comedy film “Mr. Zoo” starring Lee Sung-Min & Kim Seo-Hyung. The film is written and directed by Kim Tae-Yoon (“New Trial“). The film should not be confused with upcoming film “Secret Zoo” which deals with workers pretending to be animals to boost zoo ticket sales.
Plot synopsis from AsianWiki: Joo Tae-Joo (Lee Sung-Min) is an ace agent for the NIS. He carries out an assignment to guard a VIP. Due to a sudden accident, the VIP disappears and Joo Tae-Joo mistakenly falls down. After the fall, Joo Tae-Joo can hear and understand animals when they talk. With the help of military dog Ali, Joo Tae-Joo tries to find the VIP.
“Mr. Zoo” will be released January, 2020 in South Korea.
Here’s three character posters for upcoming movie “The Man Standing Next” starring Lee Byung-Hun. The character posters are of Lee Byung-Hun as KCIA Chief Kim Kyu-Pyeong, Kwak Do-Won as ex-KCIA Chief Park Yong-Kak, and Lee Hee-Joon as Presidential Security Service Chief Kwak Sang-Cheon. For Lee Byung-Hun’s character poster, caption states in Korean “Mr. President, what do you want me to do? Chief of KCIA Kim Kyu-Pyeong.” Kwak Do-Won’s character poster states “The president does not let no.2 live. Former Chief of KCIA Park Yong-Kak.” Lastly, character poster for Lee Hee-Joon states “The president is the nation. My job is to protect the nation. Chief of PSS Kwak Sang-Cheon.” Movie is based on the true story of the disappearance of the ex-KCIA Chief and, a few weeks later, the assassination of the South Korean president.
“The Man Standing Next” will be released January, 2020 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer added for action-comedy film “Hit Man” starring Kwon Sang-Woo. The film is directed by Choi Won-Sub. The film has Kwon Sang-Woo playing former NIS hit man now unsuccessful webcomic writer Joon. Filming for the movie took place from May 21, 2019 to September 11, 2019.
“Hit Man” will be released January 22, 2020 in South Korea.
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Byun Yo-Han and Kim Moo-Yul are cast in crime-action film “Voice” (working title). The film will be directed by brothers Kim Sun & Kim Gok who have worked together on such films as “Anti Gas Skin,” “White,” and “Horror Stories.” For the film, Byun Yo-Han will play Seo-Joon, who falls victim to a voice phishing group. Kim Moo-Yul will play Pro Kwa. He is a planner in voice phishing. Filming for “Voice” will begin late January, 2020 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer and teaser poster added for upcoming movie “Beasts Clawing At Straws” starring Jeon Do-Yeon & Jung Woo-Sung. The teaser poster shows main cast members Jeon Do-Yeon, Jung Woo-Sung, Bae Sung-Woo, Jeong Man-Sik, Shin Hyun-Bin, Jin Kyung, Jung Ga-Ram and Youn Yuh-Jung. The teaser trailer starts off with Jeon Do-Yeon stating in Korean “When you suddenly gained a lot of money, you shouldn’t trust anyone. Even your parents.” Movie is based on Japanese novel novel “Wara nimo Sugaru Kemonotachi” by Keisuke Sone and directed by Kim Young-Hoon.
“Beasts Clawing At Straws” will be released February, 2020 in South Korea.
English subtitled trailer added for movie “The Man Standing Next” starring Lee Byung-Hun, Lee Sung-Min & Kwak Do-Won. Movie is directed by Woo Min-Ho (“Inside Men“). The film is set in the 1970’s and follows Korean Central Intelligence Agency Director Kim Kyu-Pyeong (Lee Byung-Hun) as he tries to stop the previous KCIA director from ratting out the Korean government to the U.S. and the eventual assassination of the South Korean President. The film is based on a true story.
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Teaser trailer and two teaser posters added for movie “Secret Zoo” (English title) starring Ahn Jae-Hong and Kang So-Ra. Movie is based on webcomic “Haechijiana” by Hun and directed by Son Jae-Gon (“My Scary Girl“).
Plot synopsis by AsianWiki: Attorney Tae-Soo (Ahn Jae-Hong) takes a job as the director of a zoo. The zoo is facing bankruptcy. All the animals at the zoo have been sold and there are no animals left at the zoo. To turn around the zoo, an extraordinary project is created. Workers are required to wear animal suits and act like animals. Soon the zoo goes viral on social media.
Captions in the teaser trailer asks in Korean (0:26) “Polar bear drinking a coke … first time to see that?” (0:28) “Lion walking upright … first time to see that?” (0:35) “Sloth texting … first time to see that?” (0:40) “Gorilla driving … first time to see that?”
In addition, “Secret Zoo” is now set for release January 15, 2020 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer #3 for tvN drama series “Black Dog” starring Seo Hyun-Jin & Ra Mi-Ran. Meanwhile, above and below are new still images from the drama series. The scene has Seo Hyun-Jin, Ra Mi-Ran, Ha-Joon and Lee Chang-Hoon, who are all high school teachers. They are on the same team that helps students get accepted to universities.
“Black Dog” first airs December 16, 2019 in South Korea.
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