Jeon Yeo-been, Park Jung-min considering roles for film 'Harbin'
Actors Jeon Yeo-been and Park Jung-min are considering taking roles in the upcoming movie "Harbin," according to the actors' respective agencies on Tuesday.
Jeon's Management MMM and Park's Sem Company told local news outlets that their actors are "positively reviewing" taking part in the film.
"Harbin" is a spy-action movie that follows the lives of independence activists in the early 1900s.
Actor Hyun Bin was already cast as the lead actor for the film last November.
Director Woo Min-ho will take on "Harbin." He is best known for directing films " Inside Men" (2015), "The Drug King" (2018) and "The Man Standing Next" (2020).
"Harbin" will begin filming in September.
The specific roles that Jeon and Park are being considered for have not yet been revealed.
Jeon debuted in the 2015 historical fiction film "The Treacherous." She is best known for her performances in the independent film "After My Death" (2017), film noir “Night in Paradise” (2020) and tvN drama series "Vincenzo" (2021).
Park debuted in 2011 through the independent film "Bleak Night." His breakthrough performance came in 2016 through the film "Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet." For the role, Park received the Best New Actor award at the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards, the 37th Blue Dragon Film Awards and the 36th Golden Cinema Festival.
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