“Decibel” unveils submarine still cuts and Navy ID photos of Kim Rae Won, Lee Jong Suk, Cha Eun Woo & Lee Min Ki

While “Decibel” is still viral in its third week of release, the production team introduced behind still cuts and detailed props that complete this realistic action movie.

Decibel” is a sound terror film that centers around a bomb designer (Lee Jong Suk) who wants to occupy the city center with a special bomb that explodes when the noise increases and a former Naval Deputy Commander (Kim Rae Won) who becomes the target.


Due to the enthusiastic requests from the audiences, “Decibel” production team decided to reveal the cast’s Navy ID photos, which caught the eyes of viewers with their short appearance in the movie.

The outstanding visuals of actors Kim Rae Won, Lee Jong Suk, Cha Eun Woo, and Lee Min Ki in Navy uniforms drew admiration at once.

Decibel Kim Raewon
Decibel Lee Jongsuk

In the meantime, a production still cuts, which allow viewers to see the detailed prop setting, also attracted keen attention. In particular, the submarine scenes were perfectly created not only with numerous data about the interior of submarines, which is likely to be military confidential information, collected from overseas, but also through advice from real submarine captains. 

Decibel Cha Eunwoo
Decibel Lee Min Ki

In addition, the frustration and moisture of the atmosphere inside the submarine were captured on the screen in detail after various discussions between arts, filming, and lightning directors to make the audience feel like they were in a submarine. 

Cha Eun Woo, who plays a Navy Submarine Sound Detection Officer, said, “It was a shooting set for the movie, but I was very surprised because it looked like a real submarine. When I came to the set for the first time, I spent 20 minutes observing the whole set”, revealing that he was impressed by the high-quality and detailed filming set.

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The bomb designer’s hiding place, which was described as the most important part of the movie, maximizes the tension of the story with unpredictable developments.

The space full of materials, including drawings of the bomb designs, clearly shows the bomb designer’s desire for revenge and adds a three-dimensional effect to the character. 

“Decibel” is being screened at all theaters in Korea. 

Source: wikitree

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