Song Joong Ki & Lee Hee Joon’s New Movie ‘Bogota: City of the Lost’ Finally Finished Filming After Nearly 2 Years

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‘Bogota: City of the Lost,’ starring Song Joong Ki and Lee Hee Joon, has finally completed its filming.

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On Wednesday, Megabox Plus M officially announced the finish of filming for Bogota: City of the Lost. This new crime movie is about people closing dangerous deals to survive in Bogotá, where a group of struggling people choose to make a better life for themselves.

First, director Kim Sung Jae expressed his joy over the completion of the long-lasted journey. “Facing the headwind called the pandemic that has swept the planet with my whole body, I was finally able to make it to the port. I arrived without a shipwreck, thanks to the actors and staff’s understanding, concessions, and fighting spirit. Thank you for your hard work and dedication,” he commented.

Song Joong Ki Bogota
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“We have overcome many obstacles, and since we did so, I know that this will turn out to be a very special movie that’ll pour out amazing results,” Song Joong Ki shared. “Like how Guk Hee grew up step by step in Colombia, Song Joong Ki met ‘Bogota: City of the Lost’ and learned and felt so much.” The actor plays Guk Hee, who arrived in Bogotá at nineteen and reached the summit of Bogotá’s business district from scratch.

Moreover, Lee Hee Joon also expressed his gratitude. “All the actors, the director, and the staff, you guys have worked really hard. I’d also like to thank the Colombian staff who worked with us in the land.” He plays Soo Young, who came to Colombia as a resident of a large corporation.

Kwon Hae Hyo said, “The feeling that I’ll feel when I see ‘Bogota: City of the Lost’ on the big screen will be different from the many worlds I’ve met during my 30 years of career.” This veteran actor plays Park Byeong Jang, a successful merchant and the head of the Korean merchant association. He is the reason the Guk Hee family moved to Bogota, Colombia, many years ago.

Bogota: City of the Lost will greet the audience after completing the post-production.


Source: Megabox Plus M

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