Song Kang Ho, Park Jung Min & Jang Yoon Ju’s New Volleyball Movie Finished Filming Last Week

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The new sports film One Win (literal title) ended its four-month journey and officially ended its filming last Thursday.

One Win, which drew attention from the meeting of South Korea’s leading actor Song Kang Ho and the Korean film industry’s multiplayer Shin Yeon Shick, finished filming on Feb 25. One Win is about a volleyball coach, who has never tasted a single success in his life, taking on challenges after meeting a women’s volleyball team that only needs one win.

Shin Yeon Shick, who swept the top screenplay award with his DONGJU; The Portrait of A Poet screenplay and directed projects such as The Russian Novel, Rough Play, and Romans 8:37, and Parasite actor Song Kang Ho’s collaboration is expected to laughter and emotion to the audience by portraying the heart-beating story of a women’s volleyball team moving towards for the “one win” in their lives.

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Park Jung Min worked with Shin for the first time in 6 years since DONGJU; The Portrait of A Poet and many actors with various charms, including Park Myung Hoon, Jang Yoon Ju, and Lee Min Ji, joined hands to complete a perfect ensemble.

Song Kang Ho, who played the women’s volleyball team coach Kim Woo Jin, shared, “I am just glad that a new, fresh, and full-of-fun movie has been made. I would like to thanks director Shin Yeon Shick, all the actors, and volleyball players who have devoted themselves to One Win for all their hard work.”

Park Jung Min, who turned into the second-generation chaebol and owner of the volleyball team who chose Kim Woo Jin as the new coach, also expressed his excitement, saying, “Good actors and good staff have come together to create a great movie. I was delighted while filming, and I want to meet you at the theaters asap.”


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