Emergency Declaration has confirmed the August release and unveiled two launching posters.
Emergency Declaration is an aviation disaster film about a plane that declared an emergency landing amid an unprecedented disaster. It was previously invited to the non-competitive section of the 74th Cannes Film Festival.
The movie boasts an A-list cast, including Song Kang Ho and Jeon Do Yeon, the first Korean actors to win the Best Actor and Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival, as well as Lee Byung Hun, Kim Nam Gil, Im Si Wan, Kim So Jin, and Park Hae Joon.
The two released launching posters show those on the ground struggling to prevent the disaster and those in the sky panicked amidst the chaos. The people enduring breathtaking moments on the ground include veteran detective In Ho (Song Kang Ho), Minister of MOLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) Sook Hee (Jeon Do Yeon), and Director of National Center for Crisis Management Tae Soo (Park Hae Joon).
Meanwhile, the people trapped inside the plane have desperate and precarious expressions on their faces. There are Jae Hyuk (Lee Byun Hun), who is on board with his child, first officer Hyun Soo (Kim Nam Gil), who struggles to ensure the safety of the passengers, and passenger Jin Suk (Im Si Wan), who is keeping a close eye on the people. Their vivid expressions give a glimpse into the urgent situation happening 28,000 feet above the ground.