Netflix’s new film Night in Paradise unveiled the character stills of Uhm Tae Goo and Jeon Yeo Been.
Night in Paradise the only Korean film to be invited to the non-competition category at the 77th Venice International Film Festival, has unveiled the character stills of Uhm Tae Goo and Jeon Yeo Been, further amplifying expectations. The movie revolves around a man who is being targeted by a gang and a woman on the edge of her life.
Uhm Tae Goo, who has exuded a heavy presence in his works, will show off his new charm this time by turning into Tae Gu, who has been targeted by everyone. Tae Gu, the ace member of a criminal organization, becomes the target of the rival gang and sets off to the “Paradise Island” Jeju Island to avoid them.
The released stills contain the images of a devastated man who is cornered with anxiety. “The script was fascinating. It’s a traditional noir, but it was equipped with novelty and freshness,” shared Uhm. Against the backdrop of the romantic scenery of Jeju Island, the actor will showcase a transformation as a man who fell into the world of despair, heartbreak, and anxiety after losing everything.
Jeon Yeo Been plays Hae Yeon, who stands at the end of the life. Jae Yeon, who lives in Jeju Island with her uncle, is not afraid of anything. Her photos highlight the life of Jae Yeon, who looks detached from the world without any desire or willingness. Jeon shared, “”I think she is one of the most attractive characters I’ll get to see. She is a character that’s rarely seen in a noir film.”
Armed with Uhm Tae Goo and Jeon Yeo Been’s emotional performances, Night in Paradise will greet viewers in more than 190 regions around the world through Netflix on April 9th.