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Kim Ki-duk’s ‘Made in China’ confirmed for June release

By Choi He-suk

  • Published : May 21, 2015 - 17:35
  • Updated : May 21, 2015 - 17:35

The sixth movie written and produced by director Kim Ki-duk “Made In China” will be released in Korean in June.

Stills from the upcoming film "Made in China."

The movie follows the events surrounding a Chinese man named “Chen” and an agent of the Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety named “Mi.”

Both “Chen” and “Mi” are after the truth surrounding the level of mercury found in eels imported from China.

“Chen” will be played by Park Ki-woong and “Mi” will be played by actress Han Chae-ah.

The character played by Park, who played a North Korean spy in the movie “Secretly, Greatly,” is after the truth, while “Mi” is a government employee who needs to hide the truth.

By Choi He-suk (cheesuk@heraldcorp.com)