Lee Je-hoon, Ahn Jae-hong, Choi Wooshik and Park Jung-min in "Time to Hunt"

"Time to Hunt" is about four friends in a desperate city in financial crisis who plan a crime to search for a new utopia, and a mysterious man who is on their tails.


The still shows four characters wound up in tension right before they start running. Lee Je-hoon in the role of Joon-seok the planner is soaked in sweat and is gazing ahead with a look of anxiety in his face. Anticipation increases for this role attempt by Lee Je-hoon.

Ahn Jae-hong in the role of Jang-ho is sitting down in a car with a blank look on his face, unlike his usual encouraging character. Choi Wooshik looks worried sick sitting in the driver's seat of the car playing Gi-hoon, a character who is very supportive of his friends' dangerous plans. Finally, Park Jung-min is looking at something in a car at night, as he plays Sang-soo, who is the informant of the team.

"Time to Hunt" is Lee Je-hoon's first film in 3 years ever since he was recognized for his skills by winning the Best Rookie at the 32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards and continued to do great in "Architecture 101", "Anarchist from Colony", "I Can Speak", "Signal" and "Where Stars Land".

In addition, the greatly popular Ahn Jae-hong, Choi Wooshik, who holds a record for two ten-million-hit movies with "Train to Busan" and "Parasite", Park Jung-min, who won the 37th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best Rookie for "DongJu, The Portrait of A Poet", and Park Hae-soo, who also won Best Rookie at the 40th Blue Dragon for "By Quantum Physics: A Nightlife Venture" add to the line-up.

"Time to Hunt" is directed by Yoon Sung-hyun, who won the 32nd Blue Dragon Film Award for "Bleak Night" for Best New Director. The the film comes out in February.


"Time to Hunt" is directed by Yoon Sung-hyun, and features Lee Je-hoon, Choi Wooshik, Ahn Jae-hong, Park Jung-min, Park Hae-soo, Lee Seo-jun. Release date in Korea: 2020/02.