The film featuring Kim Rae-won of DOCTORS (2016) and MY LITTLE BRIDE (2004) and Gong Hyo-jin of DON’T DARE TO DREAM (2016) and CRUSH AND BLUSH (2008), CRAZY ROMANCE is Zip Cinema’s prospective film following its Korean money related emergency motion picture, ‘DEFAULT’, which accumulated more than 3.7 million tickets and earned more than US$27 million at the Korean film industry.
Delivered by the Group’s aberrant completely claimed backup, Zip Cinema, CRAZY ROMANCE is a lighthearted comedy film featured by understood entertainer, Kim Rae-won of DOCTORS (2016), and well known on-screen character, Gong Hyo-jin of DON’T DARE TO DREAM (2016)Presented and dispersed by Next Entertainment World, CRAZY ROMANCE is affirmed to be screened at the Korean film industry toward the beginning of October 2019The film marks a long time since Kim Rae-won and Gong Hyo-jin last teamed up in the exemplary Korean show, SNOWMAN.
The primary Korean trailer for CRAZY ROMANCE can be seen at CGV’s Facebook page (here is the connection: https://www.facebook.com/CJCGV/recordings/503884653773093/.) The official publications and trailer for CRAZY ROMANCE were discharged on 23rd August.
SINGAPORE, – 23 August 2019 – Spackman Entertainment Group Limited (“Spackman Entertainment Group” or the “Organization” and together with its auxiliaries, the “Gathering”), wishes to report that the Group’s next movie, CRAZY ROMANCE, created by the Group’s aberrant entirely possessed auxiliary, Zip Cinema Co., Ltd. (“Zip Cinema”), is set to discharge toward the beginning of October this year in Korea.
Featuring Kim Rae-won of DOCTORS (2016) and MY LITTLE BRIDE (2004) and Gong Hyo-jin of DON’T DARE TO DREAM (2016) and CRUSH AND BLUSH (2008), CRAZY ROMANCEis Zip Cinema’s up and coming film following its Korean budgetary emergency motion picture, DEFAULT, which gathered more than 3.7 million tickets and netted more than US$27 million at the Korean film industry.
The assessed absolute creation spending plan (counting prints and promoting costs) for CRAZY ROMANCE is probably set at roughly KRW6.7 billion (or US$6.0 million). (*).