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GO Min-si Joins RYOO Seung-wan’s SMUGGLING
- Writerby Pierce Conran
Rising Star Joins KIM Hye-soo, YUM Jung-ah, ZO In-sung and PARK Jung-min
GO Min-si, a rising star whose face has become known to global viewers through several successful Netflix projects, has joined the cast of Director RYOO Seung-wan’s upcoming film Smuggling (translate title).
Set against the backdrop of a peaceful seaside village, the film will follow two women, to be played by KIM and YUM, who become involved in smuggling in the 1970s.
GO Min-si has seen her popularity rise after appearing in Netflix Original shows such as the monster drama Sweet Home and both seasons of the youth romance Love Alarm. GO, whose film credits include The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion (2018) and The Battle: Roar to Victory (2019), is currently on screens in the Gwangju Uprising-themed K-drama Youth of May.
Though fans will have to wait for Smugglers to go through all stages of production, RYOO Seung-wan will be back very soon with the action-drama Mogadishu, which completed production early last year and is currently in the final stages of post-production. Shot in Morocco and based on a diplomatic incident in the 1990s, the film also stars ZO In-sung, as well as KIM Yun-seok.
Smuggling will enter production this coming June.