“Dream” Displays Teasers Announcing Launch In April

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Eagerly-awaited Korean film, Dream, is all set to premiere on April 26!

Starring Park Seo Joon and Lee Ji Eun, Dream narrates the story of a football player who was challenged to coach a rag-tag team of homeless men who participate in the Homeless World Cup.

Based on the true story of the Homeless World Cup in 2010, which Korea participated in for the first time, Dream is highly anticipated for its billed collaboration between popular actors and Director Lee Byung Hun of Extreme Job fame.

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.

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

Previously, the launch poster unveils the introduction of characters that would join forces to create the perfect dream team. The picture shows the team putting their feet together around a soccer ball ahead of the start of the game.

Subsequently, the team roster announcement video was also unveiled acquainting viewers with the characters of the oddball homeless team members. The actors to portray these roles are Kim Jong Soo, Ko Chang Seok, Jung Seung Gil, Lee Hyun Woo, Yang Hyun Min, Hong Wan Pyo, and Heo Jun Seok.

Dream premieres on April 26 in Korean cinemas nationwide.