Director Lee Han of “Punch” will soon release his first movie of 2016 “Thinking of My Brother” (working title). “Thinking of My Brother” is about a story of a children’s choir that came into existence during the time of the Korean War. It portrays the miracle of life and music that arises in the midst of a war that took away everything.
While promoting his upcoming film, Im Siwan participated in a masculine yet sensitive pictorial with GQ magazine.
The GQ pictorial grabs viewers’ attention with more mature and masculine side of Im Siwan. It shows the depth of Im Siwan’s character in the movie Han Sang Ryul who picks up the conductor’s baton rather than a gun in the midst of a war.
In the movie, Han Sang Ryul is transformed by his involvement with the children’s choir despite losing everything in the war. As an actor, Im Siwan is hard at work trying to bring out the internal struggles and transformation the character goes through. The pictorial shown in the GQ magazine displays a serious yet sensitive aura of the character.
The movie “Thinking of My Brother” will leave the audience touched by the storyline about the children’s choir accompanied by beautiful music. It is slated to be released in January 2016.