The film tells the story of Koreans who fought for independence in the early 1990s.
The film premiered at the Busan International Film Festival back in October 8.
If you’re looking for historical dramas about “The Red Sleeve” characters King Jeongjo and Royal Noble Consort Ui—plus, other key characters such as Yi San’s grandfather King Yeonjo and Yi San’s father Crown Prince Sado—here are five dramas and films you might want to watch.
If you’re looking for zombie films and series in different genres, this list got you covered. Here are 12 titles you might want to add to your binge-watch list.
“Happy New Year: A Year-End Medley” features big names in the industry including SNSD’s Yoona, Lee Dong Wook, Kang Ha Neul, Kim Young Kwang, Han Ji Min, Lee Kwang Soo, Won Jin Ah, Go Sung Hee, Jo Jun Young, Won Ji An, Seo Kang Joon, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Kyu Hyung, Lee Hye Young, and Jung Jin Young.
YG Entertainment reportedly confirmed iKON’s Junhoe acting debut via the film “Even If I Die Once Again,” alongside “The Uncanny Counter” actor Jo Byung Gyu.
He also had a selfie with “Vincenzo” actor Song Joong Ki a few years back.
In the movie, he will have a Korean father and a Filipino mom.
Kim Yoo Jung (from “Backstreet Rookie”) and Byun Woo Seok (from “Record Of Youth”) to star in Netflix’s upcoming film “20th Century Girl.”
The film will also star Park Ho San (from “The Penthouse 3” and “True Beauty”) and Kim Ji Young.
The film will also star “Signal” actor Jo Jin Woong.
American production company New Line is currently in negotiations with Indonesian film director Timo Tjahjanto to direct the film.
She was advised to drop out.
Shin Hye Sun (from “Mr. Queen”) and Kang Tae Oh (from “Doom At Your Service”) will star in the upcoming horror-thriller film “Open The Door.”
Another well-known Korean actor, Ma Dong Seok (from “Train To Busan”), is already currently starring in a Marvel film titled “The Eternals.”
Go Min Si (from “Youth Of May”) is confirmed to star in the upcoming film “Smugglers,” alongside Jo In Sung (from “It’s Okay, That’s Love”) and Kim Hye Soo (from “Thieves” and “Hyena.”)
Who’s excited for their team-up?
“Sweet And Sour” premieres today, June 4, via Netflix.
Here’s what could have happened.
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Gong Yoo, Park Bo Gum, Suzy Bae, Choi Woo Shik, Jung Yumi, and Chinese actress Tang Wei’s film “Wonderland” will be available via Netflix.
Korean film “Call” will be available via Netflix on November 27.
This will mark Irene and Shin Seung Ho’s silver screen debut.
If you’ve always wanted to try watching zombie films but often find yourself too scared to dive into the genre, watching this movie might be a good starting point.
Filming will most likely once D.O. gets discharged from his mandatory military service.
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