Korea’s first cheerleading movie Victory (literal title) confirmed the casting of nine members of high school cheerleading team “Millennium Girls” and started filming on the 4th.
Hyeri, who’s quickly expanding her spectrum with projects like My Punch-Drunk Boxer and Moonshine, steps into the role of Pil Seon, a high school student who’s opened her eyes to cheerleading. She’ll be leading the movie with her unique, delightful energy.
The Killer’s Shopping List actress Jo Aram becomes Pil Seon’s rival Se Hyun, who moved from Seoul to Geoje. Additionally, Juvenile Justice actress Choi Ji Soo, Imitation actress Baek Hi, Still 17 actress Kwon Yuna, Yeom Ji Young, Lee Han Ju, and Park Hyo Eun have joined the cast.
Helmed by Single in Seoul director Park Bum Soo, Victory is the first Korean movie to center around cheerleading. Set in 1999 in a small village in Geoje, Victory depicts the delightful story of the high school cheerleading team Millennium Girls. With the retro visuals and the culture of the 90s, the movie will let the audience take a walk down memory lane.