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Movie ‘Dream’ Answers to Report Saying They Stopped Filming Due to COVID-19

Credit: Megabox Plus M

The movie Dream, which reportedly stopped filming in the aftermath of COVID-19, stated that they have finished filming all the scenes needed in Korea early on.

An official from Megabox Plus M, investment and distribution company of Dream, told a media outlet that Dream has already finished filming in Korea on August 17, stressing that the filming did not come to a stop due to COVID-19.

He added, “However, overseas filming still remains. No specific schedules or locations have been confirmed, sp we are still discussing.”

Meanwhile, Dream is the new film by director Lee Byun Heon, who attracted 16 million moviegoers with movie Extreme Job. It is a delightful drama about a soccer player, who is facing the biggest crisis of his career, working with the special (?) national team players, who have never touched a soccer ball before, to try out for the Homeless World Cup. Park Seo Joon and IU will star in the movie.

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