‘Emergency Declaration’ Resumes Its Filming After It Halted All Schedules Due to COVID-19


Director Han Jae Rim’s Emergency Declaration has resumed its filming.

According to a media outlet, Emergency Declaration resumed all schedules on Sep. 12 and is close to an official finish.

Earlier, Emergency Declaration halted all filming on Aust. 28 after one of the cast came into contact with COVID-19 confirmed patient. Though the result came out as negative, the production team decided to stop all filming for about two weeks at the expense of an additional 1 billion KRW (about 857,370 USD) for the actors and staff’s safety and health. Rumor has it that the actors and staff resumed filming safely without any health problems.


The movie originally planned to complete all the filming by the end of September. However, its plan now is to finish in mid-October. The crew reportedly intend to take a short break from filming during the Chuseok holiday and then focus on the last-minute filming.

Emergency Declaration is a new film by Han Jae Rim, best known for Rules Of Dating (2005), The Show Must Go On (2007), The Face Reader (2013), and The King (2017). Emergency Declaration, also an aviation term meaning a state of emergency if and when planes are no longer able to operate normally by the captain’s judgment when faced with a disaster situation, heralded an impressive aviation disaster film featuring tense story and colorful characters. Song Kang Ho, Lee Byung Hun, Jeon Do Yeon, Kim Nam Gil, Lim Si Wan, Kim So Jin, and Park Hae Joon have confirmed their appearances.

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