“Dream” Starring Park Seo Joon and IU Completes Filming

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The eagerly-awaited sports-themed film, Dream, finished filming on April 13.

Directed by Lee Byung Hun (Extreme Job), the movie stars Park Seo Joon and Lee Ji Eun (IU). Filming took place in Korea and Hungary.

Dream tells the story of a soccer player, who coaches a special national team that will challenge the ‘Homeless World Cup’. Through Director Lee’s unique humor, the movie anticipates pleasant laughter on the big screen.

Director Lee, who finished the extraordinary journey of Dream expressed gratefulness for completing the shooting which was delayed due to the prolonged corona pandemic.

“I am very grateful and proud of the actors and staff who endured the process together. I will do my best to complete the rest of the post-production work so that the feelings we wanted to impart through this film can be conveyed to the audience.”

Park Seo Joon, who portrays Hong-dae in the film, became the head coach of a team with different pains and pasts. His task is an opportunity to recover from the greatest crisis of a soccer player’s life.

Hoping for the viewers’ attention, he remarked, “It’s the day the Dream‘s filming comes to an end. It’s sad to say that it’s over, but I’m really grateful that I was able to finish filming safely. I hope that the audience will love it a lot.”

In addition, Lee Ji Eun, who dreamed of a life-changing success by portraying So-min, a TV producer, who participated in all processes from the formation of the homeless national team to the Homeless World Cup challenge looked back with fondness on her latest project.

“It was my first feature film shooting. It has accumulated more memories than any other work, so I think it will remain in my memory for a long time. It was a good time for me as I felt bright and light when I was acting in ‘Somin’. I hope that the audience will be able to laugh a lot with Dream and feel a warm heart.”


Source: JTBC News