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Song Kang-ho X Lee Byung-hun X Jeon Do-yeon’s “Emergency Declaration” to be released on August 3rd

This summer’s highly anticipated movie “Emergency Declaration” (directed by Han Jae-rim) was confirmed to be released on August 3rd.

The movie “Emergency Declaration” was confirmed to be released on August 3rd and released the first 7 character posters. “Emergency Declaration” is based on a real aviation disaster in which an airplane declared high alert and demanded unconditional landing. It was first screened in the out of competition section of the 74th Cannes Film Festival. It is a highly anticipated film by director Han Jae-rim and trustworthy actors such as Song Kang-ho, Lee Byung-hun, Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Nam-gil, Im Si-wan, Kim So-jin, Park Hae-joon.

The character posters show 7 people facing an unprecedented aviation disaster. There is a contrast between those who have to prevent the ever-changing disaster situation on the ground and those who face the unprecedented disaster situation in the sky.

First of all, while veteran detective team leader In-ho (Song Kang-ho) is struggling in the rain to prevent disaster on the ground, Jae-hyuk (Lee Byung-hun), who is on the plane with his daughter, looks around to protect his child. This appearance arouses curiosity about the unexpected situation that takes place on the plane.

Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Sook-hee (Jeon Do-yeon) catches the eye with her humanity that wants to save people. Co-pilot Hyun-soo (Kim Nam-gil) adds to the audience’s expectations with a responsible look of having to land the plane safely to protect passengers. Jin-seok (Im Si-wan) is watching the chaotic situation on the plane with the most calm expression. Cabin purser Hee-jin (Kim So-jin) does not lose her composure and thinks about passengers first. Blue House Crisis Management Center director Tae-su (Park Hae-joon) struggles to make the best choice.

As such, those who face such an unexpected aviation disaster will show different performances on the ground and in the sky.

This summer’s only aviation disaster film “Emergency Declaration” will meet the audience on August 3rd.

Source: daum

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