Cha Seung-won Steel’s appearance in ‘Night in Paradise’

Night in Paradise

[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]

The Netflix movie ‘Night in Paradise’ unveiled a character still of Mr Ma, played by Cha Seung-won.

The Netflix movie ‘Night in Paradise’, which describes the story of a man who became the target of the organization and a woman standing at the end of life, reveals the character still of Isa Ma, played by Cha Seung-won, raising questions.

‘Night of Paradise’ is a new work by director Park Hoon-jung, who is known as the master of the noir genre, such as ‘New World’ and ‘Witch’. There is a bar.

Cha Seung-won, who has been active in all directions, including movies, dramas, and entertainment, such as the movie ‘Cheer Up, Mr. Lee’, ‘Believer’, MBC ‘The Best Love’, and tvN ‘Three Meals a Day’ series, returns as a strong character after a long time since “Solo Battle”.

Cha Seung-won’s resentment of ‘Mr Ma’ is a key figure in the ‘North Korean group’, the opposite of Taegu’s organization. “Mr Ma is a person who wants to solve problems without doing anything big. Cha Seung-won, who created a character with director Park Hoon-jung with the thought of “I wish he was a funny but scary person,” heightens the crisis of ‘Night in Paradise’ with his unrivaled charisma that infuses tension into the play at once with just a slight change in facial expression.

As the curiosity of prospective audiences grows as to what kind of conflict will occur between Isa Ma and Taegu, Seungwon Cha adds unpredictable tension to the story by depicting the temperature difference of Isa Ma, which changes from moment to moment. In the background of the beautiful paradise island of Jeju, there is a growing expectation of how the performance of Cha Seung-won, who added tension and suspense with director Park Hoon-jung’s harsh but delicate emotional noir and explosive charisma, will harmonize.

Cha Seung-won’s transformative movie ‘Night in Paradise’ is scheduled to meet viewers from over 190 countries around the world through Netflix only on April 9th.

Photo courtesy|Netflix

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