Actor Kim Seon-ho considering role in Park Hoon-jung’s new film
Actor Kim Seon-ho may soon be making his silver screen debut in director Park Hoon-jung’s new film “Sad Tropics” (translated).
Following reports early Monday morning that Kim is coordinating his schedule with the filming team after deciding to star in the film, Kim’s agency Salt Entertainment made an announcement on the same day that he is “positively reviewing the offer” of the role.
“Sad Tropics” revolves around a boy who has a Korean father and a Filipino mother and dreams of becoming a boxer. One day, he travels to Korea to find his father, who abandoned him when he was younger and the film follows his journey.
Park is the director of hit films such as “New World” (2013), “V.I.P.” (2017) and “The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion” (2018).
Kim is currently starring in the tvN drama series “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” and also appears on popular KBS variety show “2 Days & 1 Night.”
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