New K-Sci-Fi Survival Thriller Takes You to “The Moon”

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January 18, 2024

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Brace for liftoff as acclaimed director Kim Yong Hwa (the Along With the Gods franchise) takes viewers on a thrilling voyage to the dark side in The Moon, debuting on Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD on February 27th from Well Go USA Entertainment.

The Story:

Disaster strikes seven years after Korea’s first lunar mission left an astronaut stranded on the moon. With time running out for another stranded astronaut in the face of a malfunctioning spacecraft, Korea’s Naro Space Center must desperately seek redemption in the form of their former disgraced director.

Veteran actor Sul Kyung Gu (Public Enemy, Memoir of a Murderer) tackles the challenging role of the ex-director, haunted by past failures and now tasked with leading a seemingly impossible rescue mission. He’s joined by rising star Doh Kyung Soo (Along With the Gods” franchise) as the stranded astronaut clinging to life. Kim Hee Ae (“Herstory”) stars as a key decision-maker amid the crisis.

The Moon promises a gripping and suspenseful experience, exploring themes of sacrifice, second chances, and the human spirit’s resilience in the face of overwhelming odds. Beyond the nail-biting tension, the film boasts stunning visuals that transport viewers to the desolate lunar landscape, making it a must-watch for sci-fi and space exploration enthusiasts.

Bonus features include behind-the-scenes content and character bios.

Don’t miss your chance to witness this captivating tale of lunar peril and human courage as The Moon premieres on home video on February 27th.

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Looking for more Korean frights and thrills? Check out our review of Netflix’s K-horror “Gyeongseong Creature.

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