Review result of Sulli’s last work “Persona: Sulli” revealed

The viewing rating of the late Sulli’s posthumous work “Persona: Sulli” has been set as “Viewers aged 15 and older”.

On June 21st, the Korea Media Rating Board (hereinafter referred to as KMRB) announced the result of the review of “Persona: Sulli” and explained, “In accordance with Article 50 of the Act on the Promotion of Film and Video Products and Article 13 of the Operational Regulations of the Classification Subcommittee, the classification will be decided through sufficient review at the next meeting (June 22nd).” According to the result of the review, “Persona: Sulli” has a viewing rating of “Aged 15 and older” and a screening time of about 2 hours and 10 minutes.


The result came 20 days after Mystic Story, which produced “Persona: Sulli”, submitted a review to KMRB on June 1st.

The late Sulli’s posthumous work “Persona: Sulli” was produced following the short film “Persona 1” starring IU released on Netflix in 2019.

“Persona: Sulli” is a project that combines 5 short films made by 5 directors and inspired by Sulli. The production was suspended when Sulli passed away in 2019 at the age of 25.


However, as the trailer for “Persona: Sulli” was released on Netflix Brazil’s account on May 20th, netizens continued to inquire about its release in Korea. Mystic Story said, “Overall discussions, including the release schedule, are underway.

According to Mystic Story’s announcement, “Persona: Sulli” includes special episodes and interviews of “Persona 2” filmed by the late Sulli, with the participation of directors Hwang Soo Ah, Kim Ji Hye and Jung Yoon Seok.


Meanwhile, the late Sulli, who passed away in 2019 at the age of 25, debuted as a child actress in KBS’ drama “Drama City – Goblins Are Alive” (2005) and later debuted as a member of girl group f(x) in 2009.

The late Sulli appeared in many works such as the films “BABO”, “The Pirates”, “Fashion King” and the dramas “To the Beautiful You”. She also left great songs such as “Pinocchio”, “Rum Pum Pum Pum”, “Red Light” and “Hot Summer”.

Source: Wikitree

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