New French Poster For ‘Sea Fog’, Hits Theaters In April

South Korea’s most highly-acclaimed film of 2014, Haemoo (Sea Fog) gets a new promotional poster in time for a French release later this April, under the title Les Clandestins.

Sea-Fog-affiche

Hitting theaters on April 1, the Shim Song Bo-directed film stars Kim Yoon Seok (The Yellow Sea, The Thieves), JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun, Lee Hee Joon, Moon Sung Keun, Kim Sang Ho and Yoo Seung Mok. Les Clandestins first premiered at the 2014 Festival du Film Coréen à Paris (FFCP) on November 4, 2014.

Based on the true story of the 2001 incident in the south-west sea of Yeosu, Les Clandestins, written by Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer, The Host), depicts a story where six sailors transporting stowaways and gets entangled in an incident which cannot be controlled. The youngest crew member, Dong Sik falls in love with a female migrant and protects her from the chaos.

SEE ALSO: The Hollywood Reporter Reviews ‘Haemoo’ At 2014 TIFF

The film is the first feature film ever played by actor Park Yoo Chun of the South Korean boy band, JYJ. Park received accolades and was named Best New Actor at The 34th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, The 51st Grand Bell Awards, The 15th Busan Film Critics Awards, The 4th SACF Beautiful Artists Awards, The 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards and The 6th Korea Film Reporters Association (KOFRA) Film Awards for his performance as Dong Sik in this film.

Meanwhile, Haemoo (Sea Fog) is also scheduled to appear on the big screen on April 17, 2015 in Japan.

BONUS: Stills from Les Clandestins (original title: Haemoo/Sea Fog)


Photos / Next Entertainment World, The Jokers Films

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