Shin Hye Sun Seeks The Truth In Poster For Her First Starring Role In A Film
Shin Hye Sun’s upcoming film “Innocence” has released stills and an official poster!
“Innocence” is Shin Hye Sun’s first time in a starring role in a feature film. She previously appeared in short films and in small parts in “A Violent Prosecutor” and “A Day.” Shin Hye Sun is more known for her roles in dramas, most recently “My Golden Life,” “Thirty But Seventeen,” and “Angel’s Last Mission: Love.”
“Innocence” tells the story of a lawyer named Jung In (Shin Hye Sun) trying to prove her mother’s innocence and uncover the secrets of a small village with the help of the local mayor (Heo Jun Ho). Her mother, Hwa Ja (Bae Jong Ok), was accused of murder after the rice wine was poisoned at her husband’s funeral, but she is suffering from memory loss and cannot defend herself.
Hong Kyung is also taking on his first screen role as Ahn Jung Soo, Jung In’s younger brother, who is on the autistic spectrum. This character will play a key role in uncovering the truth behind their mother being framed for murder.
Tae Hang Ho, who plays Jung In’s former classmate Yang Wang Yong, showed off a unique chemistry with Shin Hye Sun during their audition together. As the local police officer, he helps Jung In in her quest to uncover the secrets of her hometown.
Rounding out the cast by playing local villagers are Go Chang Suk and Park Chul Min. Go Chang Suk plays Jung In’s relative and explains why the villagers treated Jung In’s family with coldness. Park Chul Min plays a mysterious character who is connected to all the villagers and their secrets and helps Jung In with her quest for the truth.
“Innocence” premieres on March 5 in South Korea.
In the meantime, check out Shin Hye Sun in “Angel’s Last Mission: Love” below!