Park Jung-min, Jung Hae-in’s comedy film ‘Ignition’ unveils posters

On November 6, the upcoming comedy film Ignition released two colorful posters and confirmed its premiere in December. The movie stars Park Jung-min, Jung Hae-in, Ma Dong-seok, and Yum Jung-ah.

Ignition tells the story of rebellious son Go Taek-il played by Park Jung-min (Tazza: One Eyed Jack, Entourage), who runs away from home and winds up at a Chinese restaurant where he learns to face the real world and grow up. There, he crosses paths with mysterious chef Geo Seok, portrayed by Ma Dong-seok (The Bad Guys: Reign of Chaos, Squad 38).

Jung Hae-in (Tune In For Love, One Spring Night) takes on the role of Sang Pil, Taek-il’s close friend who joins a gang when Taek-il leaves him alone in their neighborhood. Yum Jung-ah (Another Child, SKY Castle), meanwhile, plays Taek-il’s strict mother who, as a former volleyball player, overpowers the rebellious personality of her son.

The posters look fun and playful and feature all the main actors. A tagline on the poster reads, “What is life like? Let’s try it once!” The combination of their quirky characters, who are all looking for a start in life, is expected to create unique and explosive chemistry on screen.

Ignition is adapted from a webtoon of the same name. The production teams of hit films like Veteran and Exit are behind the movie.

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