With its spectacular cast and director, “Hunting Time” is currently one of the most anticipated films to be released in 2018. The film is set in South Korea in the fictional near future, when the country falls into an economic recession that causes the creation of a giant slum. It tells the story of youths who commit crime in order to survive in the slum.
Actors Lee Je Hoon, Ahn Jae Hong, and Park Jung Min accepted their roles recently, and Choi Woo Shik additionally joined to complete the main cast.
The film’s director Yoon Sung Hyun previously directed 2010 film “Bleak Night,” which earned him the rookie director award at several award ceremonies such as the Blue Dragon Film Festival, Daejong Film Awards, Busan Film Critic Association, and various overseas film festivals.
“Hunting Time” will begin shooting in January 2018 in locations such as Incheon and Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The film is scheduled for release later in 2018.