May 6 2020

Launching teaser trailer for movie “Space Sweepers”

Launching teaser trailer added for upcoming movie “Space Sweepers” starring Song Joong-Ki & Kim Tae-Ri. Movie is directed by Jo Sung-Hee (“A Werewolf Boy“). The sci-fi film reveals around the crew of Spaceship Victory which includes Captain Jang (Kim Tae-Ri), Pilot Tae-Ho (Song Joong-Ki), Tiger Park (Jin Seon-Kyu) and Robot Eobdong (Yu Hae-Jin). They look for space garbage to make money, but they come across a robot that is a weapon of mass destruction.

“Space Sweepers” will be released sometime this summer in South Korea.

Apr 9 2020

“Time to Hunt” won’t stream on Netflix as originally planned

Movie “Time to Hunt,” starring Lee Je-Hoon & Choi Woo-Sik, will not stream on Netflix as originally planned from April 10, 2020. Movie distribution company Contents Panda sued in the South Korean courts to stop the release on Netflix due to Contents Panda having international distribution rights for the film prior to the Netflix agreement with studio company Little Big Pictures. The decision to stream the film exclusively on Netflix worldwide came about after its original theatrical release date of February 26, 2020 in South Korea was postponed due to the COVID19 outbreak.

The film has attracted attention for its world premiere at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and the film being the second film directed by Yoon Sung-Hyun. His first film “Bleak Night” won numerous awards after its release in 2011. Adding a little more interest to the fire is the appearance of Choi Woo-Sik, who recently co-starred in Cannes/Oscars award winning film “Parasite.”

The release date for “Time to Hunt” is now unknown.

Apr 2 2020

First trailer for sequel film “Peninsula”

First trailer for upcoming sequel film “Peninsula” starring Gang Dong-Won. Movie is directed by Yeon Sang-Ho and is a sequel to 2016 fim “Train To Busan.” “Peninsula” is set 4 years after “Train To Busan.” Captions in the trailer states (0:23) “Unprecedented disaster,” (0:29) “4 years later,” (0:42) “Ruined land,” (0:48) “Someone surved and …,” (0:50) “Someone were dumped,” (1:00) “It’s not over yet.” Below are the first two still images from the movie.

“Peninsula” is scheduled for release sometime this summer in South Korea.

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Mar 23 2020

“Time to Hunt” to be released on Netflix

According to Little Big Pictures, movie “Time to Hunt,” starring Lee Je-Hoon, Ahn Jae-Hong, Choi Woo-Sik, Park Jung-Min, and Park Hae-Soo, will be released via Netflix worldwide on April 10, 2020. The film had its world premiere February, 2020 at the Berlin International Film Festival and was scheduled to be released February 26, 2020 in South Korea, but its release in South Korea was postponed due to COVID-19. Meanwhile, distributor Contents Panda has worked on international sales for the film and resists Little Big Pictures’ decision to release the film through Netflix. Without an agreement with Contents Panda, Little Big Pictures signed a contract with Netflix. “Time to Hunt” is directed by Yoon Sung-Hyun (“Bleak Night“).

Feb 28 2020

Two teaser posters for movie “Peninsula”

Here’s two teaser posters for movie “Peninsula” starring Gang Dong-Won and Lee Jung-Hyun. The film is a sequel to 2016 zombie film “Train To Busan” and Yeon Sang-Ho returns to direct the sequel film. Caption on the teaser poster states “(Train to Busan) … 4 years later.”

Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Set 4 years after movie “Train To Busan.” People on the Korean peninsula, who have survived from ruin, struggle to survive.

The teaser posters also reveal that “Peninsula” will be released sometime this summer in South Korea.

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Feb 20 2020

Trailer & poster for movie “Fukuoka” starring Kwon Hae-Hyo, Yoon Je-Moon and Park So-Dam.

Trailer and poster added for Korean indie film “Fukuoka” starring Kwon Hae-Hyo, Yoon Je-Moon and Park So-Dam. Movie is scripted and directed by Zhang Lu (“Gyeongju“). The film is set in the city of Fukuoka, Japan.

Plot synopsis by AsianWiki: So-Dam (Park So-Dam) is a regular customer at Je-Moon’s (Yoon Je-Moon) bookstore. Because of So-Dam, Je-Moon travels to Fukuoka with her. They visit a small bar, Deulkookhwa (‘wild chrysanthemum’), in Fukuoka. There, Je-Moon meets Hae-Hyo (Kwon Hae-Hyo), who is the bar proprietor. Hae-Hyo and Je-Moon were both in love with Soon-Yi, around the same time, 28 years ago. They meet again after many years.

“Fukuoka” is now set for release March 12, 2020 in South Korea.

Feb 14 2020

Trailer #2 for movie “Call”

Trailer #2 added for upcoming movie “Call” starring Park Shin-Hye & Jun Jong-Seo. Trailer #2 reveals that Young-Sook (Jun Jeong-Seo) in the year 1999 talks to Seo-Yeon (Park Shin-Hye) in the present day and tells her that she will save her father. Seo-Yeon’s father died 20 years ago. The trailer also reveals that Young-Sook is a serial killer. Captions in trailer #2 states (0:12) “One phone call broke a taboo,” (0:17) “Something shouldn’t have been changed,” (0:21) “Changed,” (1:07) “Murderer woke up,” (1:11) “Can not undo.”

“Call” will be released March, 2020 in South Korea.

Feb 11 2020

Main trailer for movie “Time to Hunt”

Main trailer added for movie “Time to Hunt” starring Lee Je-Hoon, Ahn Jae-Hong, Choi Woo-Sik and Park Jung-Min. Movie is directed by Yoon Sung-Hyun. His prior film “Bleak Night” won numerous awards. Actor Choi Woo-Sik most recently starred in movie “Parasite,” which won awards at the Oscars and Cannes Film Festival. The main trailer for “Time to Hunt” begins with Lee Je-Hoon’s voice as he asks in Korea n “What is his name?”

Time to Hunt” will be released February 26, 2020 in South Korea.