Park Seo-joon X IU’s “Dream” finishes filming… The journey between Korea and Hungary is over

Director Lee Byeong-heon’s new film “Dream” finished filming on April 13th after completing its journey between Korea and Hungary.

The movie “Dream” (working title/director Lee Byeong-heon) is a pleasant portrayal of soccer player “Hong-dae” (Park Seo-joon), who is facing the biggest crisis in his career, and the challenge for the Homeless World Cup of a special (?) national team consisting of people who have never even held a ball before. Park Seo-joon and Lee Ji-eun (IU) made headlines for their first appearance together.

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After completing the extraordinary journey of “Dream“, which finished its overseas filming in Hungary that was delayed due to the prolonged pandemic, director Lee Byeong-heon shared his thoughts, “I’m so grateful and proud of the actors and staff who endured the process of working hard for a long time together. We’ll work hard to complete the remaining post-production work so that the feelings we wanted to convey through this movie can be conveyed to the audience.”

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Park Seo-joon, who played ‘Hongdae’, who became the head coach of the homeless national team, which was improvised as an opportunity to recover from the greatest crisis of a footballer’s life, said, “Finally, this is the day when the ‘Dream’ campaign comes to an end. It’s sad to say that it’s over, but I’m really grateful that I was able to finish filming safely. I hope the audience will love it a lot.”

Dreaming of a life-changing success, Lee Ji-eun (IU), who played ‘Somin,’ said, “It was my first movie shooting. It has accumulated more memories than any other work, so I think it will remain in my memory for a long time. It was a good time for me personally as I felt bright and light when I was playing ‘Somin’. I hope that the audience will be able to laugh a lot with ‘Dream’ and feel a warm heart.”


In addition, expectations are high for the performance of the homeless team and supporters who will perform acting ensembles around the soccer field. Kim Jong-soo as the soccer team’s spiritual leader Kim Hwan-dong, Ko Chang-seok as the mood maker Jeon Hyo-bong, Jung Seung-gil as the soccer team’s nerdy “Son Bum-soo,” Lee Hyun-woo as the timid ace “Kim In-sun,” Yang Hyun-min as a professional, and “Young-jin” as a documentary director.

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