Lee Jong-suk, Park Bo-young’s Movie Crank Up

Blood Boiling Youth

The main cast members and filming crew of Korean film, tentatively titled “Blood Boiling Youth.” [Damso Film]

 

A Period-set film starring Lee Jong-suk and Park Bo-young wrapped up its filming last week.

The film, tentatively titled “Blood Boiling Youth,” crank up last Monday after three months’ filming jumping from the seaside town of Hongseong-gun to the city of Sunchang and the metropolitan city of Gwangju, the pic’s promoter All That Cinema said in a press release Tuesday.

The three-month filming was filled with young actors and filming crew’s energy, which is observed in the photo shot at the last filming location, the promoting firm explained.

Helmed by director Lee Yeon-woo of 2009 sleeper hit “Running Turtle,” the upcoming period-set film will center around four high school youths during the late 1980s.

Lee Jong-suk takes on legendary Casanova named Joong-gil, while Park Bo-young will play famous punk Yeong-sook with a big number of followers, contrary to her innocent role in box office hit “A Werewolf Boy.”

Actress Lee Se-young, the younger sister of Park Yuchun’s character in melodrama “Missing You,” has been cast as a pure-hearted transfer student from Seoul named So-hee, while model-turned-actor Kim Young-kwang will portray a high school rebel called Kwang-sik.

Co-starring veteran actors Kwon Hae-hyo, Ra Mi-ran, Kim Hee-won and Park Jung-min, the four young actors will come back to the theaters in the first half of next year.

Reporter. Cory Lee

Courtesy of Damso Film