‘Sinkhole’ to be released on August 11th… Cha Seung-won, Kim Sung-kyun, and Lee Kwang-soo’s Urban Disaster


The disaster buster ‘Sinkhole’, which is based on a super-large sinkhole, confirmed its summer theater release on August 11 and released the press stills.

‘Sinkhole’, a disaster buster that occurs when my house, which I have prepared for the first time in 11 years, crashes into a super-large sinkhole 500m underground, is scheduled to be released on August 11th, adding vitality to the theater district in the summer season. The press stills released along with the news of the release add to the anticipation of the super-sized sinkholes that appeared in earnest and the tense appearances of the characters who faced disasters in an instant in their ordinary lives.

First, the huge sinkhole in the middle of downtown Seoul, which was first revealed in steel, creates tension on an overwhelming scale and draws the attention of the viewers at once. The sight stimulates curiosity about the story before and after the sinkhole occurs. Expectations are increasing for the vivid sights that director Kim Ji-hoon of the disaster blockbuster ‘Tower’ and the crew of ‘Myeongryang’ and ‘The Terror Live’ completed together.

The released stills capture the urgent moments before and after Cha Seung-won, Kim Seong-gyun, Lee Kwang-soo, and Kim Hye-joon fell 500 meters underground, raising curiosity about how they will get through the disaster that came without notice.

In just a few seconds, the ordinary life of Man-Rap’s three-job pro meddling man Man-soo (Cha Seung-won), who lives with his son, the only family, and Dong-won (Kim Seong-kyun), the head of the family, who succeeded in buying a house in 11 years, can be imagined in just a few seconds. It turns into an unprecedented disaster and leaves a strong impression.

Until the desperate moment of Kim Dae-ri (Kwang-soo Lee) and Eun-joo (Kim Hye-joon), an intern who gets caught up in an unexpected incident after coming to the housewarming of her boss, Dong-won, the people who fell with their house into a 500-meter sinkhole will unfold together. expect performance.

Director Kim Ji-hoon, who directed ‘Sinkhole’, said, “I tried to express a situation where ordinary people suddenly go into disaster. I thought a lot to show the people who are coping in the disaster rather than the aspect of it,” he said, foretelling the struggle of the actors and a different imagination that has never been seen in a disaster movie.

‘Sinkhole’ will be available in theaters on August 11th.

[Yang So-young, Star Today reporter]

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