Lee Choong-hyun's thriller set to premiere worldwide on Netflix on Nov. 27
Director Lee Choong-hyun's mystery thriller starring actors Park Shin-hye and Jeon Jong-seo titled “The Call” is set to premiere worldwide on Netflix on Nov. 27, the over-the-top giant confirmed Tuesday.
“The Call” is about two women in different time zones changing each other's fate.
Popular star Park, who is familiar to Korean drama fans worldwide with her roles in “The Heirs” (2013), “Pinocchio” (2014) and “Memories of the Alhambra” (2018), will undergo a dramatic transformation to play the role of Seo-yeon, who picks up a call from the past.
Jeon, who appeared in the Cannes International Film Festival's award-winning film "Burning" (2018), directed by Lee Chang-dong, will play a serial killer.
"The Call" is the first feature film by director Lee, who won various awards in film festivals with his short film “Bargain” (2015), such as the Jury prize at the 33rd Busan International Short Film Festival in 2016 and the best short-film award at the 11th Paris Korean Film Festival in 2017.
"I'm looking forward to introducing 'The Call' to viewers worldwide when there are now increasingly many ways to release a new film,” the production company of the film, Yong Film said.
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