The film is the sequel to 2017’s “Steel Rain,” which was concerning the aftermath of a coup in North Korea, though the returning solid is taking part in completely different roles. “Steel Rain 2: Summit” tells a narrative of a disaster that unfolds when the three leaders attending a Koreas-United States summit are kidnapped in a North Korean nuclear-powered submarine.
Jung Woo Sung takes the position of the South Korean president whereas Yoo Yeon Seok performs the chief of North Korea. They are locked within the submarine with the American president, performed by Angus Macfadyen.
The South Korean president finally ends up appearing as mediator between the North Korean and American leaders, taking typically smooth and typically exhausting approaches as he intervenes in the problems erupting between them—every part from the main battle surrounding the North Korea-United States normalization settlement to the difficulty of whether or not or not they will smoke within the cramped area of the captain’s cabin.
Meanwhile, the North Korean chief is understood solely as a third-generation dictator of the nation, however he really believes that the trail North Korea should take entails denuclearization and opening as much as the world. He’s the primary North Korean chairman to sit down at a negotiation desk with the South and America, and he’s satisfied little by little because the South Korean president persistently tries to persuade him within the title of peace between the 2 Koreas.
New stills launched on July eight present the stress that would doubtlessly explode between the 2 as they try and put apart their variations and are available to an settlement in hope of stopping an impending warfare.
In addition, the North Korean chief exhibits a extra human facet when he finally ends up having to take the position of interpreter between the South Korean and American presidents. While the South Korean chief is ready to perceive English, he’s hesitant about talking it, so he asks the North Korean chairman to interpret.
Jung Woo Sung stated about working with Yoo Yeon Seok, “He was each honest and hardworking. I felt like we had been a destined match.” He praised Yoo Yeon Seok for going past mounted concepts about imitating actual life individuals and as a substitute creating his personal distinctive character.
Yoo Yeon Seok stated, “We mentioned collectively whereas monitoring the footage and he gave me concepts too. He was very thoughtful and an excellent assist to me whereas we had been filming.”
“Steel Rain 2: Summit” hits theaters in Korea on July 29.
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