On November 6th, “Josee” (literal title) published its first poster and photo. “Josee” is a remake of the Japanese film “Josee, the Tiger and the Fish” from 2004, which was loved in Korea. In the 2004 version, Josee was occasionally born in a stroller pushed by her grandmother. Things start to change when she meets Tsuneo, a college student, and falls in love with her.
The Korean version, directed by Kim Jong Kwan, will follow Josee (Han Ji Min) and Young Suk (Nam Joo Hyuk) when their paths cross and they begin the most beautiful chapter of their lives.
A poster illuminates the sentimental chemistry between Josee and Young Suk. Josee was traveling in a world of its own until Young Suk appeared. Now, alone with each other in a room full of sunshine, the two seem to have found their place in a world of their own.
In the second poster, the two spend an intimate time in a bookstore surrounded by stacks of books. Together with the words on the poster that say: “Our most beautiful moment”, one can assume that the picture will capture a special moment that will never come again.
A published photo shows the two looking deep into each other’s eyes. It shows Josee getting excited and worried about falling in love for the first time, while Young Suk remains true to his feelings for her.
The two already have their chemistry on the screen in “RadiantThe anticipation of their reunion increases as the premiere of “Josee” approaches in December.
See Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk in “Radiant”:
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