‘Sea Fog’ Park Yoochun, ‘What did you learn from your seniors? Everyone is so different~’
(This clip is from ‘Sea Fog”s press conference on July 1, 2014)
Summary– YC: From Kim Yoon-seok sunbae-nim… I learned about ‘alcohol’!
Pictures Credit: @happpppyu1000
Trans & Shared by: JYJ3
(recorded on 2014.07.01)
An action blockbuster movie that will beat the scorching heat away is out! It stars the top-notch actor 김윤석 (Kim Yun-seok), the handsome 박유천 (Park Yu-chun), 이희준(Lee Hee-joon), an actor with multiple qualities and the trustworthy actor 김상호(Kim Sang-ho).
Korea’s A-list actors are starring in the movie “Sea Fog”, and we’ll give you all the details about this movie right now!
Movie posters will never be the same after this.
Instead of the usual image poster Sea Fog has released a ′motion poster′ in video form.
The six posters that feature each crew member on board provide a peek into their individual emotions.
Kim Yoon Suk, Park Yoo Chun, Lee Hee Jun, Moon Sung Keun, Kim Sang Ho and Yoo Seung Mok all stare into the camera charismatically as a line of dialogue plays in the background.
Lee Jeon Ho, the man at the helm of these motion posters, commented, “It′s the first time such an attempt was made for a Korean film. We used a video camera used to shoot the movie instead of a regular still camera to capture every detailed expression of the actors. The actors expressed the change in emotions each character would have felt in the sea fog.”
Sea Fog is about what six sailors have to go through after they agree to carry stowaways on their ship.
The film premieres on August 13.
These films testify just how far Korean cinema has come.
Left to Right: Three narratives against the backdrop of the ocean, “Roaring Currents,” “Pirate” and “Haemoo,” will tackle different genres and eras of Korean history.
Provided by CJ Entertainment, Lotte Entertainment and NEW
Summer is fast approaching, but this year is set to be a cool one as three local flicks take on the high seas. From a historical account to a period comedy to a modern drama, these films, with their intricate sets and use of star power, are a testament to just how far Korean cinema has come.
Each movie featured detailed replicas of ships, which were placed on rotating structures simulating the movement of the ocean. And as well as the plight of filming on water, all three features had their own obstacles. But only time will tell if the budget and effort invested were worth it.
“Haemoo” (Sea Fog)
Critics are expecting big things from “Haemoo,” which is directed by Shim Sung-bo, co-writer of Bong Joon-ho’s “Memories of Murder.” With Shim at the helm this time and Bong as the producer, the film raised eyebrows when K-pop star, JYJ’s Park Yu-chun, was cast as one of the main characters.
The plot centers on a group of down-on-their-luck fishermen. While out at sea, Captain Chul-ju (Kim Yoon-suk) and his six men find their ship overtaken by stowaways.
As a fog descends on them, against the backdrop of the deep blue sea, Shim plays on primal fears and testing human limits. The film boasts a talented lineup, including Kim Yoon-suk, Moon Sung-geun, Kim Sang-ho and ingenue Han Ye-ri.
The youngest sailor is Dong-sik, or JYJ’s Park. Taking the leap from TV dramas to the big screen, Park said he was honored to be a part of “Haemoo,” although he said it did come at a cost. “I got reprimanded by Kim Yoon-suk a lot,” he explained, “and I remember when he first saw us he said to me, ‘how am I going to work on a ship with you lot?’?”
Park also confessed to “being addicted to medicine for seasickness” while shooting. But over time, as he mastered the raging water, the singer won over his co-stars.
“I thought he’d be just this pretty boy, but then I got to know him and we decided that he’s a real man,” said Kim.
The film opens Aug. 13
Note: parts unrelated to ‘Sea Fog’ & Park Yoochun were omitted.
[TRANS] The person named Park Yoochun for me actually is Micky Yoochun? A TV actor who acted quite well in <Sungkyunkwan Scandal>? It seems so. Anyway, when we met at <Sea Fog> production report session not long ago, I felt the dignity of an actor who somehow didn’t know he exuded it. Look forward to watching him!