Comic action film The Therapist: Fist of Tae-baek confirmed its release in July and released the first poster.
The first poster shows Oh Ji Ho, who turned himself into Sung Joon, the successor of Tae-baek, honing his martial arts against the backdrop of bamboo forest, heralding a dynamic action.
On top of that, the tagline that reads, “Unpredictable Comic Action,” raises the curiosity to the fullest, foreshadowing the unimaginable comic situations that Sung Joon, a serious Tae-baek martial arts successor, faces as he unexpectedly enters the world.
Even before the release, The Therapist: Fist of Tae-baek has been officially invited to the Korean Fantastic Competition section of the 24th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, which will begin on July 9, drawing keen attention.
Starring Oh Ji Ho, Shin So Yoo, and Jung Eui Wook, The Therapist: Fist of Tae-baek is the new film of director Choi Sang Hoon, who directed the eerie academy horror film The Whispering.
Nowadays, when people are in desperate need of good laugh amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Therapist: Fist of Tae-baek, which shows the perfect combination of traditional martial arts action and comedy, will give a big laugh.