The movie ‘Spring in Seoul’ deals with the imminent situation during the December 12 military uprising.
The movie ‘Spring in Seoul’ deals with the imminent situation during the December 12 military uprising.
The movie 'Spring in Seoul' (directed by Kim Seong-su) has confirmed its release on November 22nd.

'Spring in Seoul' is a movie depicting the 9 hours of desperate action to prevent the rebellion of the new military regime that occurred in the capital city of Seoul on December 12, 1979. This is the new work of director Kim Seong-soo, who has drawn audiences into powerful, realistic stories from 'Beat' to 'Asura'.

The international poster shows a strong contrast between the images of the rebels, including security commander Chun Doo-gwang (Hwang Jung-min), who established a front line against the allies and the people in the center of downtown Seoul, and the back of Lee Tae-shin (Jung Woo-sung), the capital security commander of the suppression force who stood alone against the rebels. .

Unlike the title 'Spring in Seoul', which symbolizes the hope that the military dictatorship will end immediately after the 10.26 incident and the warm wind of democratization will blow, the scene of the night of December 12, 1979 in each poster depicts a tense and imminent confrontation. Shows the situation.

The launching trailer features Chun Doo-gwang, a key figure in the December 12 military uprising in the movie. Just the expression of Jeon Doo-gwang's tense expression, which gradually emerges in the darkness, leaves a strong impression. ‘Spring in Seoul’ is the first Korean film based on the 12.12 military uprising.

Chun Doo-gwang, a key figure in the new military regime, is played by actor Hwang Jung-min. Jung Woo-sung plays the role of Lee Tae-shin, the commander of the Capital Security Command who was faithful to the military spirit of trying to defend the country alone against the new military regime, Lee Seong-min plays the Chief of Staff Jeong Sang-ho, Park Hae-joon plays the 9th Division Commander Noh Tae-geon, and Kim Sung-gyun plays the role of military police chief Kim Jun-yeop.

The movie ‘Spring in Seoul’ will be released on November 22nd.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia translated by google