Trailer: IU, Park Seo-joon star in sports comedy ‘Dream’

Trailer: IU, Park Seo-joon star in sports comedy ‘Dream’

Lee Byeong-heon, best known for “Extreme Job,” one of South Korea's highest-grossing films of all time, serves as writer and director

March 15, 2023
The first trailer for IU and Park Seo-joon’s upcoming sports comedy film “Dream” has been released.
Lee Byeong-heon, best known for directing 2019’s “Extreme Job,” one of South Korea’s highest-grossing films of all time, serves as writer and director.
In “Dream,” Park, 34, plays Yoon Hong-dae, a pro soccer player-turned-coach. Following an unforeseen event, he receives disciplinary probation and is tasked with coaching the South Korean national football team for the Homeless World Cup. Meanwhile, IU, 29, plays Lee So-min, an aspiring filmmaker who is charged with documenting the team’s journey.
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Veteran actors cast as the national team’s players include Kim Jong-soo from “Snowdrop” and “Kingdom,” Jung Seung-gi from “Political Fever,” Ko Chang-seok from “Today’s Webtoon” and “The Liar and His Lover” star Lee Hyun-woo. Kang Ha-neul from “The Heirs” and “Midnight Runners” will make a cameo.  
Lee Byeong-heon is also slated to lead a Netflix project called “Chicken Nugget.” Meanwhile, Park will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the upcoming film “The Marvels.” 
“Dream” will premiere on April 26 in South Korean cinemas.

      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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