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Park Seo Joon and IU have concluded filming for the upcoming drama “Dream”

After two years of production, the upcoming film “Dream” (working title) has wrapped up filming!

 

“Dream,” directed by Lee Byung Hun depicts the story of a group of people competing in the Homeless World Cup for the first time. Park Seo Joon plays Yoon Hong Dae, a professional soccer player on disciplinary probation who takes over as coach of the ragtag soccer squad, and IU plays producing director Lee So Min, who is making a documentary on the team.

 

Kim Jong Soo, Go Chang Suk, Jung Seung Gil, Lee Hyun Woo, Yang Hyun Min, Hong Wan Pyo, Heo Joon Suk, and Lee Ha Nee are among the other cast members.

 

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“Dream” concluded production on April 13, nearly two years after it began in May 2020. COVID-19 forced the production to be delayed in Hungary, resulting in a longer filming schedule. “This result was generated by enormous efforts over a lengthy period of time, including filming internationally,” said director Lee Byung Hun. “I am extremely grateful and proud of the players and crew that persevered through this process.” “I will also work hard on post-production to make a film that can successfully transmit our intended message to audiences,” he concluded.

Park Seo Joon said on the final day of filming, “The lengthy journey of ‘Dream’ finally ends today.” It’s a little sad that it’s coming to a close, but I’m grateful that we were able to finish filming. “I’m hoping that moviegoers will show it a lot of affection.”

“This was my first time filming a motion picture,” IU explained. I believe I will remember this for a long time because it provided me with more memories than any other project.” “It was also a nice experience for me personally since I felt myself getting more bright and carefree while playing So Min,” she said. “I’m hoping that ‘Dream’ will make audiences smile and feel warm.”

After finishing post-production, “Dream” will be released in theaters.

Keep an eye out for updates!

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