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Movie ‘Space Sweepers’ Confirms Its Release on September 23

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The movie Space Sweepers is ready to meet the audience.

Space Sweepers has confirmed its release on September 23 and unveiled a teaser video.

Space Sweepers, set in the year 2092, follows the crew of a space junk collector ship called The Victory. When they discover a humanoid robot named Dorothy that’s known to be a weapon of mass destruction, they get involved in a risky business deal. Space Sweepers, created by director Jo Sung Hee’s imagination and the Korean film industry’s technological prowess, unveiled a teaser trailer that raises the audience’s expectations to the fullest.

The teaser trailer, which catches the eye with the majestic appearance of The Victory, draws attention with the intense visuals of Captain Jang (Kim Tae Ri), who appears, saying, “Get lost, you bunch of losers. That’s mine.”

In the year 2092, space is full of dangerous floating garbages and crew of The Victory travels through space looking for garbage they can make money off, undaunted by criticisms from other spacecraft.

In front of them, dangerous robot Dorothy appears, and pilot Tae Ho (Song Joong Ki), who smelled money, makes a grand plan to make money by selling it. From pilot Tae Ho, Caption Jang, to engineer Tiger Park (Jin Sun Gyu), who boasts overwhelming visuals of reggae hair and tattoos all over the body, and Robot Eobdong (Yoo Hae Jin), a harpoon robot with a unique voice, Space Sweepers captivates the viewers with its charming characters.

The trailer for Space Sweepers, which offers a unique chemistry of characters who show off their distinctive personalities, amplifies the audience’s curiosity.

Space Sweepers will be released on September 23 to target the Chuseok market and bring a new wind to theaters.

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