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Based on the true events of the Korean hostage crisis in Afghanistan.


A group of Korean tourists is taken hostage by an extremist Taliban group in Afghanistan. The Korean government dispatches Jae-ho (Hwang Jung-min), known as one of Korea’s most skilled diplomats, in order to handle the situation. Once he arrives, he asks for the Afghan government’s cooperation and uses every means possible to free the hostages. However, his efforts go in vain. Due to his failure, he’s forced to work with Dae-sik (Hyun Bin), a special agent who is an expert on the Middle East. As they begin making their move to get to the Taliban, the first hostage death occurs. With nowhere else to turn, the two become unlikely allies in a race against time to save the rest of the hostages. [Source: Hancinema]

 

“The Point Men” stars Hyun Bin and veteran actor Hwang Jung Min. This is the first time that Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin are meeting in a film. Both are also close friends. Hwang Jung-min, known for his roles in Ode To My Father, Veteran and Violent Prosecutor, will portray a diplomat, Jae-ho, working alongside Hyun Bin’s character, Dae-sik, a national intelligence service (NIS) agent. Hyun Bin was hugely successful in his roles in Crash Landing on You, Confidential Assignment and Secret Garden. The movie is helmed by director Yim Soon-rye (Little Forest). 

 

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In an interview with director Im Soon Rye for “Women Film Makers”, she mentioned that “Bargaining” focuses on the conflict between Christian faith and Islamic faith. She hopes that the audience will be able to feel what religion is for humans. This is also the first time that such a huge production (20 Billion Korean Won) is being done by a female Korean director. [Credit: hyunbin.english.global.fanclub]

 

The movie is based on the 2007 South Korean hostage crisis in Afghanistan.

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South Korean hostages photo taken before boarding the plane to Afghanistan

 

The 2007 South Korean hostage crisis in Afghanistan began on 19 July 2007, when 23 South Korean missionaries were captured and held hostage by members of the Taliban while passing through Ghazni Province of Afghanistan. Two male hostages were executed before the deal was reached between the Taliban and the South Korean government. The group, composed of sixteen women and seven men, was captured while traveling from Kandahar to Kabul by bus on a mission sponsored by the Saemmul Presbyterian Church. The crisis began when two local men, who the driver had allowed to board, started shooting to bring the bus to a halt. Over the next month, the hostages were kept in cellars and farmhouses and regularly moved in groups of three to four.

 

Of the 23 hostages captured, two men, Bae Hyeong-gyu, a 42-year-old South Korean pastor of Saemmul Church, and Shim Seong-min, a 29-year-old South Korean man, were executed on 25 and 30 July, respectively. Later, with negotiations making progress, two women, Kim Gyeong-ja and Kim Ji-na, were released on 13 August and the remaining 19 hostages on 29 and 30 August.

 

The release of the hostages was secured with a South Korean promise to withdraw its 200 troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2007. Although the South Korean government offered no statement, a Taliban spokesman claimed that the militant group also received some US$20 million in exchange for the safety of the captured missionaries.

 

Credit: Wikipedia

 

Jul 26, 2007

[New York Times] Afghan hostage crisis transfixes South Korea

 

Sep 2, 2007

[Reuters] Apologetic South Korean hostages return home

 

May 13, 2013

[The Korea Herald] Missionaries urge Korea to lift travel ban

 

 

Production of the movie has begun, with cast and crew shooting on location in Korea in late April 2020. Initially, the movie production was scheduled to begin by end of March, on location in Jordan, where filming will primarily be located. However, like many other projects, production was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and following travel bans across countries. (Credit: Naver)

 

“The Point Men” is the first Korean film to film overseas since COVID-19 hit. The cast and crew left for Jordan in July. They completed filming and returned to South Korea in September 2020.

 

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Cast & Characters

 

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Main Cast

 

  • Hwang Jung-min as Jae-ho, diplomat
  • Hyun Bin as Dae-sik, NIS agent
  • Kang Ki-young as Qasim

 

Supporting Cast

 

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  • Kwon Hyuk-I as secretary

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  • Jeon Sung-woo

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  • Lee Seung-chul-I as Minister Choi

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  • Seo Ji-young

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  • Lee Chun-moo [Mi Sook's son]

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  • Lee Seo-yeong as refugee
  • Song Geul-song-geul as reporter

 

 

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DEPARTURE TO JORDAN

 

On the morning of July 13, Hyun Bin, Hwang Jung Min, and the film’s production team went to Incheon International Aiport and left for Jordan. When they arrive in Jordan, they will undergo inspections in accordance with local quarantine procedures and then immediately begin self-isolation to continue filming in safety. Credit: Soompi

 

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ARRIVAL IN JORDAN

 

Hyun Bin and Hwang Jung Min arrives in Jordan

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FILMING IN JORDAN

 

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[Exclusive] Hwang Jung-min, returning home from Jordan for 'Bargaining'. Hyun-bin is still (in Jordan)

 

2020.09.04. 11:47 am

[Star News Reporter Hyunghwa]

 

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Actor Hwang Jung-min returned home from Jordan after filming the movie 'Bargaining'.

According to the film industry on the 4th, Hwang Jung-min returned home from Jordan through Incheon International Airport on the 2nd and was tested for Corona 19 according to the quarantine guidelines and entered self-isolation. It is said that Hwang Jung-min was negative in the Corona 19 test.
 

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Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin left for Jordan on a chartered charter on July 13, spent a period of self-isolation in the region, and began filming 'bargaining'. 'Bargaining' is a work about the rescue of the abducted people based on the abduction case of Koreans in the Middle East. Director Lim Soon-rye, who directed 'The Best Moment of Our Life' and 'Little Forest', grabs a megaphone, and Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin are in sync.

 

'Bargaining' was the first of the Korean films whose overseas locations were all stopped due to the spread of Corona 19 and received attention.

Initially, 'Bargaining' was planned to start filming in Jordan at the end of March, but due to the Corona 19 pandemic, the Jordanian government banned the entry of Koreans and local filming was missed. Accordingly, the 'Bargaining' team started filming in Korea first, and after continuing discussions with the Jordanian government, they eventually received permission to film for 2-3 months from July. This is a back statement that thanks to the Jordanian government's trust in K quarantine, they received active cooperation and support.


Hwang Jung-min is scheduled to shoot the JTBC drama 'Hush', which is the lead role, so it is said that he finished filming before other actors and returned to Korea. Hyun Bin and other actors and staff are planning to return to Korea in mid-September as more local shooting schedules remain.

The 'Bargaining' side plans to start post-production after completing all filming in Jordan and returning home after going through a self-isolation period, checking health status, etc.

On the other hand, Hwang Jung-min goes through a period of self-isolation, and then begins filming 'Hush', and when Hyun Bin returns to Korea, he spends a period of self-isolation and reviews the sequel. Hyun Bin plans to make a final decision on whether or not to appear when he receives the scenario of 'Confidential Assignment 2' in progress. If he decides to appear in 'Confidential Assignment 2', he plans to take a break and prepare for the shoot until shooting in the first half of next year.

Reporter Hyung-hwa Jeon aoi@mtstarnews.

Source: Naver

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[Exclusive] Kang Ki-young 'Negotiation' returned home safely after filming in Jordan... Hyun Bin is still (in Jordan)

2020.09.09. 4:22 PM

[Star News Reporter Hyunghwa]

 

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Actor Kang Ki-young returned home from Jordan after filming the movie 'Negotiation'.


Kang Ki-young returned from Jordan through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 9th. Kang Ki-young goes into self-isolation after being tested for Corona 19 according to the quarantine guidelines.

 

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Kang Ki-young and Hwang Jung-min, Hyun Bin, and others left for Jordan on a chartered charter on July 13, spent a period of self-quarantine in the region, and then began filming 'Negotiation'.  'Negotiation' is a work about the rescue of the abductees based on the abduction case of Koreans in the Middle East.

Director Lim Soon-rye, who directed 'The Best Moment of Our Life' and 'Little Forest' grabbed the megaphone. Hwang Jung-min played the role of the diplomat Jaeho, and Hyun Bin played the role of the NIS agent Daesik. Kang Ki-young appeared in the role of Kasim helping two people locally.

Initially, 'Negotiation' was planned to start filming in Jordan from the end of March, but due to the Corona 19 pandemic, the Jordanian government banned the entry of Koreans and local filming was missed. Accordingly, the 'Negotiation' side started filming in Korea first, and after discussions with the Jordanian government, local filming was granted.


After filming in Jordan, Hwang Jung-min first returned to Korea on the 2nd (Sep) to shoot the drama 'Hush' and entered self-isolation.

The 'Negotiation' side is entering the country in order, taking into account the final filming and return flight schedule in Jordan. Hyun Bin and other actors and staff are also scheduled to return to Korea in mid-September.


Reporter Hyunghwa Jeon aoi@mtstarnews

Source: Naver

 

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So, they may still be filming in Jordan then? Actually, if they're supposed to return in mid-September, then HB and the others may have entered quarantine prior to getting on the plane back, so filming is probably completed.

 

If they shot all of their Korean scenes first, and they don't need any re-shoots, then it might get edited in time for a December release. It wouldn't surprise me though if the release gets postponed to early next year.

 

Whatever. I'm still anticipating this movie. It looks as if it's going to be so good!

 

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Sep 12, 2020 News Reporter Lee Hana / Photo Reporter Ji Ji Jin

Hyun-bin, returning home from Jordan after filming 'Bargaining'

Source: Newsen


Actor Hyun-bin returned from Jordan after filming the movie 'Negotiation'.

Hyunbin entered Korea through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of September 12th. Hyun-bin kept the schedule for returning to Korea secretly, but the news of his arrival in the country was delivered as the appearance of the stopover at Doha International Airport was revealed through social media.

 

On that day, Hyunbin arrived at Incheon Airport wearing a black mask and hat, and went through the entry process meticulously according to the quarantine guidelines, and immediately went into self-isolation for two weeks.

 

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Earlier, Hyun-bin left for Jordan on July 13th to shoot the movie 'Negotiation' with Hwang Jung-min, Kang Ki-young, and Jeon Seong-woo. After arriving at the site, they went through a self-isolation period of 8 days before filming.

The 'Negotiation' team was initially scheduled to conduct local filming in March, but the schedule was delayed due to the spread of Corona 19 around the world. The 'Negotiation' team received permission to shoot for about two months from July after discussion with the Jordanian government.

Prior to Hyun-bin, Hwang Jung-min entered Korea on the 2nd and began self-isolation. Hwang Jung-min returned to Korea earlier than other actors due to the filming of the JTBC drama 'Hush' (directed by Choi Gyu-sik/Kim Jung-min) scheduled to be broadcast in the second half of this year.

Meanwhile, the film'Negotiation' directed by Im Soon-rye tells the story of a diplomat and an NIS agent struggling to save a Korean kidnapped in the Middle East.

 

It is a painted work.

 

 

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Reporter Hyung-Hwa Jeon | 2020.09.12 16:16

[Exclusive] Hyun-bin, returning home from Jordan... welcome fans to "It would be better not to come close"

Source: StarNews

 

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Hyunbin returned home after filming the movie'Negotiation' in Jordan on the 12th./Photo = Reporter Lim Seong-gyun

 

Actor Hyun-bin returned home from Jordan after filming the movie "Bargaining''.

On the afternoon of the 12th, Hyun-bin returned from Jordan via Incheon International Airport. According to the quarantine guidelines, Hyun-bin is tested for Corona 19 and goes into self-isolation. Hyun-bin was initially scheduled to return to Korea on the 10th, but due to local circumstances, he arrived in Korea through Doha on that day.
 

On this day, about 10 fans gathered at Incheon Airport to welcome Hyun-bin's return home. Hyun-bin kept his return schedule a secret, but the news of his arrival was delivered as local fans who recognized him at the stopover, Doha International Airport, posted on social media.

On this day, Hyun-bin, wearing a black mask and hat, passed the arrival hall with the manager who accompanied Jordan. Hyun-bin thanked the fans who welcomed him, but said, "It would be better not to come close." He expressed his concern for the health of fans because he had to go into self-isolation.

According to the quarantine guidelines, Hyun-bin's agency did not go to the airport to meet him. Hyun-bin and the manager will each go to a self-isolation site by car and spend two weeks in self-isolation.

 

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Hyun-bin and Hwang Jung-min Kang Ki-young and others left for Jordan on a chartered charter on July 13, spent a period of self-isolation in the region, and then started filming "Bargaining". After two months of shooting, Hwang Jung-min arrived in Korea on the 2nd and Kang Ki-young on the 9th and went into self-isolation.

'Bargaining' is a work about the rescue of the abducted people based on the abduction case of Koreans in the Middle East. Director Lim Soon-rye, who directed 'The Best Moment of Our Life' and 'Little Forest' grabbed the megaphone. Hwang Jung-min played the role of the diplomat Jaeho, and Hyun-bin played the role of the NIS agent Daesik.

Initially, "Bargaining" was planned to start filming in Jordan from the end of March, but due to the Corona 19 pandemic, the Jordanian government banned the entry of Koreans and local filming was missed.

 

 

After completing self-isolation, Hyun-bin plans to take a break and review the scenarios for adaptation of the movie "Gongjo 2'' and make a final appearance decision. When it is confirmed to appear in "Gongjo 2", it will start shooting with Yoo Hae-Jin, Yoona, and Daniel Henney from early next year.

 

Edited on 26/09/2020 - Hyun Bin should be out of quarantine.

 

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Interview with Director Im Soon Rye for "Women Film Makers"

 

"In an interview with director Im Soon Rye for “Women Film Makers”, she mentioned that “Bargaining” focuses on the conflict between Christian faith and Islamic faith. She hopes that the audience will be able to feel what religion is for humans. For those of you who are not aware of this, the movie is based on a true story which happened in 2007, wherein 23 South Korean citizens (missionaries) were reported to have been captured by the Taliban. The abduction took place on a public bus while the group was passing through the Ghazni Province of Afghanistan, from Kandahar to Kabul on a mission, and then was held hostage. They were captured in exchange for 23 Taliban prisoners to be released.

This is also the first time that such a huge production (20 Billion Korean Won) is being done by a female Korean director."

Thanks to hyunbin.english.global.fanclub for writing and translating.

 

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Has the name of the movie been changed from "Bargaining" to "The Point Men"?

 

Megabox launches int’l sales arm; unveils initial slate

BY JEAN NOH | 6 OCTOBER 2020

 

[Megabox is the distributor for the movie.]

 

The second film in the slate, The Point Men, is a drama based on the true events of the Korean hostage crisis in Afghanistan. Directed by Yim Soon-rye (Little Forest), the film stars Hwang Jung-min (The Spy Gone North) as one of South Korea’s most skilled diplomats dispatched to free a group of Korean tourists taken hostage by the Taliban. After all else fails, he is forced to team up with a special agent (Hyun) who is a Middle East expert just as the first hostage is killed.

 

Source: Screendaily

 

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Based on the true events of the Korean hostage crisis in Afghanistan.


A group of Korean tourists is taken hostage by an extremist Taliban group in Afghanistan. The Korean government dispatches Jae-ho (Hwang Jung-min), known as one of Korea’s most skilled diplomats, in order to handle the situation. Once he arrives, he asks for the Afghan government’s cooperation and uses every means possible to free the hostages. However, his efforts go in vain. Due to his failure, he’s forced to work with Dae-sik (Hyun Bin), a special agent who is an expert on the Middle East. As they begin making their move to get to the Taliban, the first hostage death occurs. With nowhere else to turn, the two become unlikely allies in a race against time to save the rest of the hostages.

 

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Hyun Bin Reflects On "Crash Landing On You" Success, Talks About Working With Hwang Jun Min For Upcoming Film, And More

Dec 22, 2020 by S. P

 

Hyun Bin took part in a pictorial and interview for the lifestyle magazine Esquire Korea!

 

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Hyun Bin previously had an interview with Esquire when he was appearing in the hit drama “Crash Landing on You.” At the time, he mentioned that he wanted to travel to the future to see the reactions of the viewers after the drama’s finale. Now that that moment has arrived, Hyun Bin commented with a laugh, “I had a lot of worries at that time. Actually, since filming for that drama was pretty difficult, there were times where I wanted to skip forward in time.”

 

Hyun Bin also remarked that he found out thanks to his fans and news articles that “Crash Landing on You” was still charting high on streaming services. Hyun Bin expressed regret that he was unable to go overseas to convey his gratitude to international viewers, adding, “When I receive offers from overseas, I respond with handwritten letters since I’m unable to visit them myself.”

 

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Although “Crash Landing on You” achieved great success, Hyun Bin admitted that he has never once predicted the success of any production. “With films, I can only know after they premiere, and with dramas I only get a sense after about half of the episodes have aired,” he explained. “Although viewership ratings can be an indicator, I can also sense people’s indirect reactions. The atmosphere on set reflects that as well.”

 

Hyun Bin then spoke about his experience working with Son Ye Jin, with whom he had previously appeared in the film “The Negotiation.” He said they were much more comfortable as it was their second time working together, and they would brainstorm ideas for their scenes before coming to the set to rehearse. The actor also had high praise for the writer for creating such an interesting script, as well as for his fellow cast members who he said really brought each scene to life.

 

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In a 2018 interview, Hyun Bin once mentioned that he wanted to bring his viewers more “popcorn movies.” Elaborating on his comment, Hyun Bin said, “I wanted to bring the audience a production that they could enjoy, one that they could watch without thinking or worrying too much. Although thinking isn’t a bad thing, there’s other forms of media that deliver messages to make the consumer think.” He concluded that there was a need for productions that would make time pass by in an enjoyable way, saying that his films at that time, such as “The Swindlers” and “The Negotiation,” were just the kind of production he was describing.

 

When asked about his own personality, Hyun Bin compared himself to his “Crash Landing on You” character Ri Jung Hyuk, who falls in love with computer games. “Just like Ri Jung Hyuk, when something interests me I fling myself at it wholeheartedly,” he revealed. He also shared that he’s not the type to make friends easily, but he finds himself slowly getting closer to actors that he’s worked with in multiple productions.

 

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Also known for his roles in romantic comedies such as “My Lovely Sam Soon” and “Secret Garden,” Hyun Bin confessed that he feels embarrassed when he watches his acting in his earlier dramas. “I’ve changed a lot since then. I have different thoughts, a different way of expressing myself, and my perspective when looking at scenes has changed as well,” he shared. “Although my acting was embarrassing and I looked immature, on the other hand I think that those roles were something I could only do at that time.”

 

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Hyun Bin then shared his thoughts on his experience filming in Jordan for his upcoming film “The Point Men,” which is the only film so far to film overseas since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. He explained that the cast were tested for the virus every two weeks and that their ease of movement was somewhat restricted in order to ensure a smooth filming process.

 

To wrap up the interview, Hyun Bin spoke about working with Hwang Jung Min, whom he said possessed a strong desire to create a good film. “If he thinks something will make the scene better, he’ll tell the department in charge and hold a meeting,” Hyun Bin revealed. “His energy and passion for acting is truly amazing. His energy lasts from that morning all the way until the day’s filming ends.”

 

Source: Soompi

 

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Hyun Bin Confirmed To Star In New Film As Next Project After "Crash Landing On You"
Feb 21, 2020 by E. Cha
 

Hyun Bin has officially confirmed his next acting project after “Crash Landing on You”!

 

On February 21, Hyun Bin’s agency VAST Entertainment announced that the actor would be starring in the upcoming film “Bargaining” (literal translation). Although it was previously reported last year that Hyun Bin had been offered the leading role in the movie, his agency has now officially confirmed that he has accepted the offer and is gearing up for filming.

 

VAST Entertainment remarked, “‘Bargaining’ will soon be filming on location abroad. Through this upcoming movie, Hyun Bin will be showcasing a new kind of impressive acting that will be entirely different from his last project.”

 

“Bargaining,” which will also star veteran actor Hwang Jung Min, will tell the story of a kidnapping that takes place in the Middle East and the attempted rescue of the kidnapping victims. The movie will be helmed by Im Soon Rye, the director of the film “Little Forest.”

 

The news comes less than a week after the conclusion of Hyun Bin’s hit drama “Crash Landing on You,” which achieved the highest viewership ratings in tvN history during its finale on February 16. According to his agency, the actor is currently already hard at work preparing for his role in the upcoming movie, without taking any time for a break between projects.

 

Source: Soompi

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Actress Seo Ji-young appeared as Yeon-woo's mother in 'Love Scenario'...arousal inducement

Registration 2021-01-20 PM 6:40:28 | Correction 2021-01-20 6:40:28 p.m.

Reporter Kim Ga-young

 

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Actress Seo Ji-young shows the end of her uniqueness in "The Wind, the Wind, the Dead."

Seo Ji-young appears as the mother of Mi-rae (played by Yeon-woo) in the KBS Wednesday-Thursday drama "If you cheat, you die," drawing anger from viewers.

A comic mystery thriller about a crime novelist wife who only thinks about how to kill a person and a divorce lawyer husband who wrote a memorandum titled "If you cheat, you die."

In the drama, Seo Ji-young is a mother of the future, but she is so cold and indifferent to her daughter that she does not think she is a mother. Seo Ji-young expresses such characters in detail, increasing the immersion level of the play.

Actress Seo Ji-young is a 1.5th generation diva in the musical industry who won the 8th Best Supporting Actress Award and the 9th Best Actress Award in a row. He showed unique acting skills in OCN's 'Mr. Periodic System' and is a multiplayer encompassing the stage and the media, playing the role of Kim So-jin, a cool-headed private moneylender who presses Lee Si-eon in the movie 'Killed My Wife'.


Meanwhile, Seo Ji-young will also appear in the film 'Bargaining', starring Hyun Bin and Hwang Jung-min, which is scheduled to be released in 2021.

 

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Park Chan-wook 'Resolution to Break Up', Choi Dong-hoon 'Alien', Ryu Seung-wan 'Mogadishu', Lim Soon-rye 'Negotiation' - Return of Stars

Written by Dongmi Bae Photo Cine21 Photo Team 2021-01-25

 

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Director Lim Soon-rye is working on the post-production of his new work < Negotiation > (Distribution Megabox JoongAng PlusM) around Jordan in the Arabian Peninsula . < Negotiation > is a new work released by director Lim Soon-rye after 3 years after < Little Forest >. A film about the story of a diplomat and the National Intelligence Service agent trying to rescue the kidnapped South Koreans in the Middle East, actress Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin have to diplomats jaeho minutes each and NIS agents macrophages. It is a film with a net production cost of 15 billion won and is currently in post-production with the goal of being released this year after starting location shooting in Jordan last April. [Translation by Google]

 

Director Lim Soon-rye is working on the second half of the new film "Negotiation" (distributed Megabox Central Plus M) in Korea around Jordan on the Arabian Peninsula. "The Negotiation" is the first new film released by director Lim Soon-rye in three years since "Little Forest." It is a movie about diplomats and NIS agents trying to save kidnapped Koreans in the Middle East, and actors Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin play the role of diplomat Jae-ho and NIS agents, respectively. It is a film with a net production cost of KRW 15 billion, and it started filming location in Jordan in April and is currently working on the second half of the film with the aim of releasing it this year. [Translation by Papago]

 

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임순례 감독은 아라비아반도 요르단을 돌아 국내에서 신작 <교섭>(배급 메가박스중앙(주)플러스엠)의 후반작업을 하고 있다. <교섭>은 <리틀 포레스트> 이후 임순례 감독이 3년 만에 내놓는 신작이다. 중동에서 피랍된 한국인들을 구하려고 노력하는 외교관과 국정원 요원의 이야기를 다룬 영화로, 배우 황정민과 현빈이 각각 외교관 재호와 국정원 요원 대식으로 분한다. 순제작비 150억원대의 영화로, 지난 4월 요르단에서 로케이션 촬영을 시작해 올해 개봉을 목표로 현재 후반작업 중이다.

Source: Cine21

 

 

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