Hyeri returns with the first Korean cheerleading movie “Victory” directed by Park Bum Soo

The movie is expected to show a fond picture of high-school youth as well as the nostalgic feelings of the time.

On March 4th, Korea’s first cheerleading movie “Victory” (directed by Park Bum Soo, produced by Annapurna Films) confirmed the casting for a team of nine high school cheerleaders called the “Millennium Girls” with the appearances of Hyeri (Girl’s Day) and Park Se Wan.

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Hyeri has solidified her acting skills as Duk Sun in the drama “Reply 1988” and continued success as an actress through various works such as “My Roommate Is a Gumiho,” “My Punch-Drunk Boxer” and “Moonshine.” For “Victory,” Hyeri plays the role of a high school dance student Pil Sun, who accidentally opens her eyes to cheerleading and will lead a uniquely delightful energy.

Park Se Wan, who showed impressive acting and imprinted her presence through “6/45” and “Life is Beautiful” last year, plays Pil Sun’s best mate Mi Na, signaling a crazy chemistry with Hyeri.


In addition, Jo Ah Ram, who started his career as an actor through the drama “The Killer’s Shopping List,” plays Se Hyun, a transfer student who came to Geoje after working as a cheerleader in Seoul, and has a faceoff with Pil Sun. On top of that, Choi Ji Su, who is building filmography by participating in “Juvenile Justice” and “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist Season 2,” and Baek Hi, who is active in various web dramas such as “True Beauty” and “Imitation,” also appear in the lineup. Along with them are a cast of passionate rookies such as Kwon Yu Na, Yeom Ji Young, Lee Han Joo and Park Hyo Eun, who are active in various fields such as movies, dramas, and CFs.

Director Park Bum Soo, who wrote and directed “Single in Seoul” and “Red Carpet,” took the megaphone. In 1999, the story of the cheerleading team “Millennium Girls,” set in a small village in Geoje, is expected to bring back the pleasant and brilliant memories of high school as well as the recreation of a nostalgic late-century culture.

Source: daum

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