Moon Chae Won and Yoo Yeon Suk have been cast in a new film with the working title, “The Mood That Day.”
The new film will portray the story of a man and a woman who meet on the KTX by chance and the candid love story that unfolds as they spend 24 hours together in Busan. It will show how their love story begins and unfolds with the beautiful marine city of Busan in the background. It has been reported Moon Chae Won was cast early on as the lead female role, and Yoo Yeon Suk recently joined the cast as the lead male role.
Moon Chae Won will be returning to the big screen after three years since her 2011 film, “War of the Arrows.” It was reported earlier last month that the actress was looking over a role in another new film, “Three Men’s Woman.” Since then, she has confirmed her role and is filming for the film. She will begin filming for “The Mood That Day” as soon as she finishes filming for “Three Men’s Woman.”
Yoo Yeon Suk, who gained much interest through his role in tvN’s “Reply 1994,” was cast in “Secret Temptation,” and “The Informant” and is in the process of filming for the films. He will begin filming for “The Mood That Day” once he finishes filming the two films.
“The Mood That Day” is in the process of casting the supporting roles and is expected to begin filming in September.