Song Joong Ki, who you might know from many popular Korean dramas, including The ‘Descendents of the Sun’ or ‘Vincenzo’, is returning to win your heart once again with this dramatic film on Netflix
The realm of the Korean entertainment industry holds such a magnetic charm that you are bound to be lost in its magical touch. Many promising K-dramas and films are currently streaming on major OTT platforms, while others are gearing up for their release in March. One of them is Song Joong-ki's rebellious film, My Name is Loh Kiwan, which dropped its official teaser today. The intriguing first teaser reflects on the challenges and hardships of a defector. Here’s more about the upcoming film on Netflix.
Song Joong Ki, who you might know from many popular Korean dramas, including The ‘Descendents of the Sun’ or 'Vincenzo', is returning to win your heart once again with his intriguing character as a North Korean defector in the upcoming film on Netflix that is slated for a March 1 release date.
Song Joong-Ki will be playing the titular role of Loh Kiwan, who is a defector who runs from his hometown in North Korea to escape the hardships, but his life takes a sinister turn when he fails to prove his identity and motives and is declined refugee status in Beligium. On this struggling journey, he meets a young woman called Marie, played by Choi Sung Eun.
Watch the teaser here:
“With my last shreds of hope, I have decided to survive in this land. My name is Loh Kiwan," Song Joong Ki narrates his troubling tale in the teaser dropped on Thursday.
My Name is Loh Kiwan is a tragic tale of the struggle to survive in a foreign land with language barriers, an extreme climate, and poverty. Song Joong Ki is headlining the film and his credits as an established actor will attract a global audience on the streaming giant. The meticulous court hearings and the strange connection between Joong-ki and Choi Sung-Eun are surely captivating.
Will he survive the adverse cold or starvation? Loh Kiwan’s fate will be sealed on March 1