‘The Outlaws’ Sequel May Be Filmed In Vietnam Despite of Local Restrictions Against COVID-19

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Although COVID-19 (the new Coronavirus) is spreading around the world, a sequel of the crime action hit The Outlaws is likely to be shot in Vietnam this March as it was initially scheduled.

Credit: NAVER Movie

According the exclusive report by OSEN, one of the Korean news websites on entertainment and sports, The Outlaws 2 (the accurate title hasn’t been confirmed yet) starts shooting locally within March in accordance with its original schedule. The movie’s production crew already entered Vietnam to prepare for filming while the cast including Ma Dong Seok (also known as Don Lee), Choi Gwi Hwa, Son Seok Koo and Eum Moon Suk is leaving for Vietnam on March.

Some sources from the production team of The Outlaws 2 said that they thoroughly tried to prevent COVID-19 infections before visiting Vietnam, also checking all members’ temperature everyday on the local ground for prevention of the virus.

Recently, Korean travelers were kept in quarantine without any notice and most of them returned to Korea. On Feb. 25, the Vietnamese government announced that it would isolate Koreans who are from Daegu or Gyeongsangbuk-do region for two weeks to prevent the contagion of COVID-19. We trully wish shooting of The Outlaws 2 go all right!

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