‘Parasite’ actor Choi Woo-sik’s new movie ‘Time To Hunt’ confirms release date

Choi Woo-sik, who played one of the protagonists in the Oscar-winning movie Parasite, has another interesting film lined up for release this year.

Titled Time To Hunt, the film is a mystery thriller set in a dystopian future. Four friends—played by Lee Je-hoon (I Can Speak), Ahn Jae-hong (Secret Zoo), Choi Woo-sik, and Park Jung-min (Start-Up)—who live in crippling poverty come up with a dangerous plan to escape their situation and begin a new life. But their plan goes awry and they end up being chased by a mysterious man who seems to be after their lives. This character is played by Park Hae-soo (Persona).

Time To Hunt Poster (film)
Promotional poster for Time To Hunt featuring Lee Je-hoon, Choi Woo-sik, Park Jung-min, and Ahn Jae-hong.

On February 10, the producers of Time To Hunt announced that it will be released in Korea on February 26. The film will also have a special gala screening at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival, which runs from Feb. 20 to March 1.

Time To Hunt was helmed by Yoon Sung-hyun, the award-winning director of the 2011 mystery film Bleak Night, which was also headlined by Lee Je-hoon and Park Jung-min.

Watch the trailer of Time To Hunt below!

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