Lim Si-wan and Chun Woo-hee ‘Stolen Identity’ crank up

“Stolen Identity” cranked up on the 27th.

The movie “Stolen Identity” is a realistic thriller that tracks events that occur when an ordinary office worker starts to be threatened with his entire daily life after losing his smartphone containing all his personal information.

“Stolen Identity”, which started filming in March, cranked up on the 27th. “I just dropped my smartphone” is a fresh reality thriller with everything from ingenious concepts, unique titles, and immersive developments. Unique actors such as Lim Si-wan, Chun Woo-hee and Kim Hee-won participate in the work, drawing attention.

Lim Si-wan played the role of “Jun-young,” a mobile phone repair engineer, in the play. ‘Jun-young’ becomes entangled with ‘Nami’ who lost her cell phone. Lim Si-wan, who had a special chemistry with great actors in each film, including “The Lawyer” and “The Merciless” said, “It was a scene full of good energy. We expect many audiences to sympathize with our daily stories.

Chun Woo-hee, who played Nami, an ordinary office worker whose daily life is threatened after losing her smartphone, said, “It was a scene where all staff and actors tried to convey the freshness of the scenario to the movie.” “I think a movie came out as interesting as the scenario I enjoyed reading,” she said. Chun Woo-hee is expected to show explosive acting skills following ‘The Wailing’ and ‘Han Gong-ju’.

Kim Hee-won, who captivated the audience with her tantalizing performances in a number of works, including “Security,” “The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful” and “The Man from Nowhere,” played the role of “But” a detective who tracks a series of suspicious incidents. “Once again, it was a good time to work with my favorite juniors. “I’m looking forward to seeing a thriller that I’ve never seen before.”

Director Kim Tae-joon, who will debut in Chungmuro through this film, is a prepared director who has built solid experience through his long experience in directing. “It’s a work that I’ve been preparing for a long time from the scenario to production,” he said, “I’ve been preparing for a long time since the scenario stage. I did my best to become a movie that can convey tension. “I really appreciate all the staff and actors who worked hard at the scene.”

“I just dropped my smartphone” is based on a best-selling novel of the same name that won the grand prize in Japan’s “This mystery is great!” We’re going into the second half of the work.

[Yang So-young, Star Today reporter]

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