Time to Hunt, the latest movie from director Yoon Sung-hyun after 9 years, is slated for February premiere on the 26th (although the date has been pushed to March due to the alarming spread of COVID-19 in South Korea). The director himself has been invited to give a number of interviews, despite being the director of a movie that is yet to be screened. The premiere date itself was only confirmed during the press conference on January 31st, and the cast members of Time to Hunt arrived at the studio for the photo shoot session of CINE21 cover pictorial later on that day after dinner, having to meet a number of schedules for the whole day.
I have a lot of interest in people – Solomon’s Perjury Jang Dong-yoon
I don’t know why, but I find myself dreading the ending of Signal this week. It is rare to have such an enjoyable drama that is near perfection in every aspect, and I don’t think I will be able to say goodbye to the drama without shedding a few liter of tears. I feel like translating this recent interview of Lee Je-hoon with CINE21, so here it is…although my writing is a bit rusty these days. I will miss you dearly, Park Hae-young ㅠㅠ
Seriously, I’m at a complete loss for words right now. How can these two look so compatible and so beautiful and so lovely together? If their presence is not a good reason enough for me to check out the movie Heo Sam-gwan/ Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, now I have more excuses to do so. Haha! Thank you so much CINE21 and HIGHCUT for featuring these two, bringing them up close and personal with each other for their magazine spreads!