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  • [Upcoming Films] Lotte Entertainment | M-LINE DISTRIBUTION
  • Aug 30, 2021
  • [Lotte Entertainment]



    2021 | TBD l Drama

    DIRECTOR LEE Janghoon

    CAST PARK Jeongmin, LEE Sungmin, LIM Yoona, LEE Sookyung

    RELEASE DATE Sep 15,2021

    CONTACT Lotte Entertainment 

    Tel +82 2 6277 5907



    Following his fantasy romance hit Be With You (2018) with SON Ye-jin and SO Ji-sub, director LEE Jang-hoon will soon return with his sophomore feature, the heart-warming drama Miracle: Letters to the President. Based on a real event that took place in 1988, the film follows Joon-kyung, played by PARK Jung-min (Keys to the Heart, 2018), a high school student and math prodigy who lives in a small village in North Gyeongsang Province that has a train track but no stop for the train passing through. Without that stop, Joon-kyung is forced to spend hours walking to school. After sending countless letters to the president pleading for a stop to be installed in his village, Joon-kyung relies on his math skills to earn a special President’s Award in order to meet the head of state in person. 


    Girls’ Generation and EXIT (2019) star LIM Yoon-a portrays Ra-hee, the friend who believes in him, and LEE Soo-kyung of The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale (2019) plays his younger sister. Veteran star LEE Sung-min (The Man Standing Next, 2020) also features as Joon-kyung’s father, the conductor of the train that passes through the station-less village who shares his son’s dream. The people of the village come together to establishe a private station, the first of its kind, as well as the country’s smallest. by pierce conran





    2021 | TBD l Drama

    DIRECTOR KWAK Min-seung

    CAST SHIM Dal-gi, JUNG Eun-kyeong, PARK Hyo-won



    Tel +82 2 796 2426



    The world is in chaos due to COVID-19. A 25-year-old girl Ju-ri (SHIM Dal-gi) is in early stage of depression, stuck at home with every relationship cut off. Meanwhile, her mother Young-shim is trying to keep her Kimbap place even in this pandemic situation. One day, Young-shim has to visit Ju-ri’s grandmother to care for her and Ju-ri has no choice but to run the Kimbap place while her mom is absent. Will she be able to hold down the fort until her mother comes back? 


    Rolling debuted in the Korean Cinema section of the Jeonju International Film Festival earlier this year and marked the first feature film of Jeonju native KWAK Min-seung. KWAK previously made the well-receive short films Mirae (2013), which received prizes from the Seoul Independent Film Festival and Great Short Film Festival, and Lucky Ball (2015), which was selected as the opening film of the Seoul Independent Film Festival in 2015. Leading the cast is the rising actress SHIM Dal-gi, who has made her presence felt in indie works such as Snowball (2021) as well as the Netflix drama series The School Nurse Files. by pierce conran


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