The release date of Netflix's newest South Korean crime drama is approaching! Director Moon Hyun Sung's narrative in Seoul Vibe transports us back to the Seoul Olympics in 1988.
Given Netflix's success with South Korean films and television programmes, it is not surprising that the streaming giant is maintaining its winning streak. 2022 will be a crucial year for K-dramas on Netflix, and Seoul Vibe is a significant reason why.
When will Seoul Vibe is Released?
Netflix released some of its new releases during the summer. At the time of the announcement, the sole release date for Seoul Vibe was summer 2022, therefore it was unknown when the film will be released.
The good news is that Netflix will not have you wait too long before releasing Seoul Vibe. The film is scheduled to be released worldwide on August 26 according to IMDb. The BBFC has given the film a rating of 15, indicating that it is “Suitable for ages 15 and older.” When the film is released, its running time will be 138 minutes.
The creators of the Korean crime drama are Kwon Oh-Hyun and John Yoo. It was produced by Andmarq Productions with UAA and MCMC as co-producers. The filming began in August 2021 and concluded a few months later. Since that time, the film has been in the post-production phase.
What's the Seoul Vibe Story?
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“In the days running up to the inauguration of the Summer Olympics in Seoul in 1988, worldwide anticipation is rising. The attire is retro, the music is nostalgic, and the racing is the greatest in the world. The drivers of the Sanggye-dong Supreme Team receive an irresistible offer and become embroiled in an investigation of a VIP slush fund.”
Seoul Vibe transports us back to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, as an automobile chase unfolds through the city's streets. A group of auto aficionados known as the Sanggye-dong Supreme Team unite to combat the corruption within a local criminal organisation. A week before the opening of the Summer Olympic Games, they find money laundering activity.
Consider the film to be a Korean adaptation of Baby Driver with nostalgic music and vintage vehicles. In addition, the racing is of the highest calibre.
Who is the Seoul Vibe Cast?
It is a distinguishing feature of Korean television programmes and films that viewers are unable to determine the plot or the main character. In one way or another, Korean performances excite the audience and exceed their expectations.
Aside from the film's concept, the cast of Seoul Vibe is rather impressive. The following actors are associated with this project:
- Yoo Ah-in (as Dong-wook)
- Go Kyung-pyo (as Woo-sam)
- Lee Kyu-hyung (as Bok-nam)
- Park Ju-hyun (as Yoon-hee)
- Ong Seong-wu (as Joon-ki)
- Kim Sung-kyun (as General Manager Lee Hyun-kyun)
- Jung Woong-in (as Chief Prosecutor)
- Moon So-ri (as Chairwoman Kang In-sook)
- Oh Jung-se (as Attorney Ahn)
Expectations Regarding Seoul Vibe
Seoul Vibe, the clever heist-action film directed by Moon Hyun-sung, is about a gang of car aficionados who team together to take down a criminal organisation as the South Korean city prepares to host the 1988 Summer Olympics.
In the week preceding the Summer Olympic Games, a crew of technicians and drivers known as Sanggye-dong Supreme Squad detects suspicious behaviour with a Premium slush fund. Yoo Ah-in (playing a master driver with exceptional drifting skills), Koh Kyung-Pyo (playing a club musician), Lee Kyu Hyung (playing the human GPS), Park Ju-Hyun (playing a skilled bike rider), and Ong Seong-wu (playing Joon-gi, the repairman) uncover the truth behind a massive money laundering scheme.
Additionally, Netflix has produced its summary, which is displayed before you begin watching movies on the Netflix interface. In Seoul, anticipation for the 1988 Summer Olympics is increasing as its opening day approaches.
The music is nostalgic, the fashion is retro, and the racing is of the highest calibre. The drivers of the Sanggye-dong Ultimate Team are given an offer they cannot refuse and become engaged in a VIP slush fund investigation.”
It is quite uncommon for Korean films and television series to release prequels or sequels. As Seoul Vibe is the sole existing segment of the film, there is no Episode guide available to viewers. The film Seoul Vibe will soon be available on Netflix and has a running time of 138 minutes, or 2 hours and 18 minutes.
Once Netflix announces the official release date and releases the trailer, we will be sure to inform you of these crucial details. Keep up with keeperfacts for more information about Seoul Vibe!