Actor Lee Jong-suk's hotly anticipated movie "Hot Young Bloods" is finally ready for its release. It hits screens in Korea next month, according to distributor Lotte Entertainment.
Lee rose to stardom after appearing in the SBS drama "I Hear Your Voice" as a high school student. For the new movie, he again plays a high school student; this time a popular playboy.
The movie is set in an agricultural town in Chungcheong back in the 1980s and focuses on the lives and loves of several high school students.
This is Lee's second film as the lead, following "NO-BREATH", which made nearly 3 billion won ($2.87 million) after its release on Oct. 30.
Actress Park Bo-yeong, of the 2012 hit film "A Werewolf Boy", will be Lee's counterpart in the movie.
By Lee Sun-min
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