Release of Yoon Eun Hye and Park Shi Hoo’s Film “After Love” Postponed
“After Love” is a Korean-Chinese collaboration film that was shot over four months in locations in both China and Korea. The film had been planned to hit theaters in the second half of this year, but it has been announced that its release date has been pushed to next year. The goal is for “After Love” to be released in Korea, China, and Japan at the same time, but there is no set date yet.
“After Love” was to be Park Shi Hoo’s comeback in Korea after he was swept up in controversy in 2013 due to allegations of sexual harassment. It would have been fans’ first chance to see him on screen since his appearance in the 2012 drama “Cheongdam-dong Alice,” but now it appears that he may be making his comeback with his early 2016 OCN spy drama “Neighborhood Hero” instead.
Yoon Eun Hye had also planned to be making her comeback in Korea this year with the film, which would have been her first appearance since her plagiarism controversy on the Chinese show “Goddess’ Fashion.”
Are you looking forward to seeing Yoon Eun Hye and Park Shi Hoo on screen together when “After Love” is released?