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Nam Da-reum Joins Lee Sung-min in "The Night of the 8th Day"

2019/05/29 | 585 views | Permalink | Source

Nam Da-reum is starring in the movie "The Night of the 8th Day".

"The Night of the 8th Day" is a mystery thriller about people who have to fight 'it', which is freed from being sealed, and survive in a world of chaos because of 'it'.

The number '8' means complete, immortal and rebirth in this unique film.

Nam Da-reum plays Cheong-seok. He helps Jin-soo (Lee Sung-min), who believes in the existence of 'it', find 'it'.

Nam Da-reum appeared in the jTBC drama "Beautiful World", and was praised for his deep and sentimental acting, earning him the title a 'revolutionary icon'.

Meanwhile, Lee Sung-min, Park Hae-joon, Kim Yoo-jung and Nam Da-reum make up the cast for "The Night of the 8th Day", which comes out in 2020.

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"The Night of the 8th Day" is directed by Kim Tae-hyung-II, and features Lee Sung-min, Park Hae-joon, Kim Yoo-jung, Nam Da-reum. Release date in Korea: 2020.

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