Park Seo Joon Is Released From Quarantine + Departs For Hungary To Film Movie Starring IU
The actor was previously diagnosed with COVID-19, but he has fully recovered now and is continuing his scheduled activities.
On March 3, Park Seo Joon’s agency Awesome ENT stated, “Park Seo Joon left for Hungary this morning to shoot the movie ‘Dream.’ After being released from quarantine last week, he fully recovered his health, so the filming is unlikely to be disrupted. Just in case, we will work hard to take care of his health and shoot safely. There may be changes depending on the local situation, but he is planning to return to Korea after wrapping up filming in March.”
The cast and crew already departed sequentially in different teams to Hungary, and Park Seo Joon, who was recently released from quarantine, was one of the last members to join.
“Dream” is directed by Lee Byung Hun (“Extreme Job”) and tells the story of a team of people trying out for the Homeless World Cup, an annual international soccer event.
Park Seo Joon stars as Yoon Hong Dae, a professional soccer player on disciplinary probation who becomes the coach of a ragtag soccer team. IU stars as Lee So Min, a producing director who is making a documentary about the team. Lee Hyun Woo will also appear in the film as one of the soccer players.
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