Kang Shin-il, Kim Gyu-ri and Baek Sung-hyun Cranks into "Hwapyeong Spot"
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Good Pictures, a production company, said on the 26th that "Hwapyeong Spot" is ready to crank in. "Hwapyeong Spot" is a stormy story that comes into Hwapyeong Spot, a place of life with the hopes of three family members, in Gwangju in May 1980. "Hwapyeong Spot" said it will follow the prevention rules for infection prevention of COVID-19 and proceed with filming.
Kang Shin-il plays Cheol-soo's grandfather, who wants to make a living for his family, at a Chinese restaurant that he opens with money that he struggled to get together. Kim Gyu-ri stars as his daughter-in-law who takes care of the family instead of her husband, who is on the run for some reason. Baek Sung-hyun plays a character who tries to gain recognition from his family even in the midst of sudden changes by setting up Hwapyeong Spot with his father on behalf of his brother who is running away.
"Hwapyeong Spot" is based on a story in Gwangju in May 1980, such as "A Taxi Driver", "26 Years" and "May 18". It will be drawn through stories of an ordinary family centered around Hwapyeong Spot. Director Kang Seung-yong was in charge of art in "The Great Battle", "Gangnam Blues", "The King and the Clown" and "Silmido".
"Hwapyeong Spot" plans to finish filming safely on July 26th and adjust the release date after the second half of the work.