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Published March 5, 2022, 4:40 PM
by Jonathan Hicap
Actor Park Seo-joon, who starred in the Korean drama “Itaewon Class,” flew to Hungary to film his movie.
His agency, Awesome Entertainment, announced last March 3 that Park Seo-joon went to Hungary for the filming of the Korean movie “Dream” in which he co-stars with singer IU.
In the movie, he will play the role of football coach Yoon Hong-dae, who got a disciplinary action and is made the coach of a soccer team composed of homeless people who will be trained for the Homeless World Cup.
Park Seo-joon’s departure for Hungary came after he recovered from Covid-19. His agency said last month that Park Seo-joon tested positive for Covid-19 using a self-test kit. He underwent a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, which confirmed that he had Covid-19 on Feb. 19.
British media outlet The Guardian released on March 3 a story about an interview with Park Seo-joon where he talked about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Korean media reported that the actor’s agency said Park Seo-joon received a request for an interview from The Guardian while he was filming in London last year. After he returned to Korea, he conducted a video interview with The Guardian last January.
Park Seo-joon is set to appear in the movie “The Marvels,” which will be released on Feb. 17, 2023.
“When I first heard that the Marvel Cinematic Universe wanted to speak with me, I couldn’t believe it. I actually couldn’t believe it,” said Park Seo-joon.
But he did not divulge more details about his appearance in the movie, saying, “I’m just trying to be careful with Marvel-related questions.”
“I’m not someone who has a fear of challenges, but whether I am filming in South Korea or abroad, everything is a challenge for me. So, I did feel some nerves at first. But everyone was so helpful and welcoming that I was able to find my feet really quickly,” he said.
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