Seo Hyunjin lost his memory due to Alzheimer’s and acted hard with Ahn Sung-ki as a child
The movie “Casio Pea,” which is expected to star Shin Yeon-sik, a master of delicate directing, and Ahn Sung-ki and Seo Hyun-jin, unveiled a character poster on the 16th that gives a glimpse of the two actors’ all-time passionate performances.
“Casio Pea” is a movie about a special companion of Soo-jin (Seo Hyun-jin), who tried to live a perfect life as a lawyer, mother, and daughter, losing her memory due to Alzheimer’s and living a new life with her father “In-woo” (Ahn Sung-ki).
First of all, Seo Hyun-jin’s character poster raises expectations by 200% what Seo Hyun-jin will look like through “Casio Pea.” The appearance of Seo Hyun-jin staring at the flower bed raises the question of what the reason might be, and the copy, “It may be more comfortable not to see me,” raises the question of what will happen to Soo-jin and In-woo in the main episode. In particular, Seo Hyun-jin, who is completely immersed in Soo-jin’s character with a face without makeup, raises expectations on how she portrayed Soo-jin, who lost her memory due to Alzheimer’s and is becoming a child. Seo Hyun-jin, who perfectly played Soo-jin’s character, which shows the emotions and images of the two poles, will turn the theater district into a sea of tears in June with her best performance in her life.
Ahn Sung-ki’s character poster shows the dignity of a great actor with a tearful expression that touches the heart of the viewer at once. The copy, “Still, Dad has a daughter,” raises expectations for a loving and very special companion with Seo Hyun-jin, who worked with his father and daughter in the drama. National actor Ahn Sung-ki, who has played various characters through numerous works, is planning to touch the hearts of the audience by showing a paternal love passionate performance that has never been seen before through “Casio Pea.”
Director Shin Yeon-sik has drawn attention to the audience for each work with delicate directing skills, ranging from commercial and independent films such as Ahn Sung-ki’s starring “Fair Love” and “Learning is an Actor.” Lee Joon-ik’s screenplay and production of “Dongju” won the 37th Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Screenplay, the 36th Film Critics Association for Best Screenplay, the 25th Buil Film Award for Best Screenplay, and the 16th Directors Cut Awards for the Year. Recently, a volleyball coach, who has never succeeded, has finished filming the story of the women’s volleyball team, which only needs to win one game, and one win (starring Song Kang-ho, Park Jung-min, Park Myung-hoon, etc.), and is about to be released.
“Casio Pea,” which unveiled a character poster that doubles the curiosity and expectations of the movie and acting, will be released on June 1