Korean film ‘Soulmate’ will be released in March.
On January 17, it was announced that the upcoming Korean film ‘Soul Mate’ directed by Min Yong-geun, produced by Climax Studio and Endmark Studios, which is a remake of the Chinese film ‘Soul Mate’ directed by Derek Tsang Kwok-cheung, will be released in March.
The film ‘Soul Mate’ is expected to evoke memories of past relationships and evoke thoughts of soulmates in audiences, and is expected to be well-received by domestic audiences due to its unique and heartwarming sensibility.
The launch poster, released alongside the confirmation of its March release, fully captures the atmosphere and tone of the film, allowing audiences to fully immerse themselves in the movie experience.
The chemistry between Kim Da Mi and Jeon So Nee in the launch poster is palpable and evokes a sense of close friendship, causing viewers to smile upon seeing it. The accompanying text, “We were together when we shined the most,” creates a sense of camaraderie and evokes feelings of empathy for the characters’ bond as soulmates.
The film, “Soulmate” explores the journey of two friends, Mi So (Kim Da Mi) and Ha Eun (Jeon So Nee), as they navigate their relationships throughout their lives. Their bond is tested when Ha Eun falls in love with her classmate Jin Woo (Byeon Woo Seok) in their late teens. Mi So chooses to leave for the city in pursuit of an adventurous life, while Ha Eun stays in her hometown to lead a stable life, and the two gradually grow apart. The story is set in Jeju Island, which is meant to emphasize the physical distance between provinces and large cities, which is a new aspect not present in the Chinese original.
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