“Decision To Leave” Tang Wei, the first Korean movie in 11 years, Park Chan-wook: “I’ve always wanted to work with her”
Tang Wei will return to the Korean film scene for the first time in 11 years through director Park Chan-wook’s “Decision to Leave.”
The movie “Decision to Leave” (Director Park Chan-wook), which will be released on June 29th, is a story about a detective, who was investigating an accident in the mountains, meeting the deceased victim’s wife (Tang Wei) who makes him feel both suspicious and interested.
Tang Wei, who has established herself as a world-class actress who can express complex and dense emotions through director Ang Lee’s “Lust, Caution” director Kim Tae-yong’s “Late Autumn,” and the closing film of the 2014 Venice Film Festival “The Golden Era”, will appear in a Korean film again for the first time in 11 years.
Seo-rae, the wife of the deceased victim, who is not easily shaken even when facing her husband’s sudden death, raises questions among viewers by her calm treatment towards Hae-joon even though she knows that he is the detective in charge of the case. In particular, Seo-rae, who confused Hae-joon but does not lose her composure, will shake everyone’s hearts while injecting tension into the plot with her ever-changing charm.
Director Park Chan-wook said, “I’ve always wanted to work with actress Tang Wei. I think that Tang Wei’s portrayal of the confident Seo-rae will be convincing to many viewers,” he said about Tang Wei, expressing his trust that she will captivate the audience with a charm that no one can replace. The movie will be released on June 29th.