Gong Seung Yeon Is Set To Star On Her First Thriller Short Film
The 27-year-old South Korean actress Gong Seung Yeon is announced to grace in her first thriller stunt in a short film entry. The short film’s title is in Korean, that reads 애타게 찾던 그대. In the English language’s literal translation, it is titled You, I’ve Been Desperately Looking For.
The details of Gong Seung Yeon’s new film project
A statement by the actress’s entertainment agency, Varo Entertainment, says the confirmation details of Gong Seung Yeon’s lead role in the short film.
Moreover, You, I’ve Been Desperately Looking For is a film that tags along with the genre’s reverie, thriller, and a mixture of horror and suspense. The story plot revolves around the genuine motifs of two distinct individuals who communicate with each other through cryptic and weird manners.
The upcoming short film is to be helmed by Director Lee Min Seop.
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Gong Seung Yeon will act the tole of a lady, who hears the voice of a man via phone call by any means of surprise. The story will carry on with the two roles speaking to each other more often.
Furthermore, You, I’ve Been Desperately Looking For is solely chosen to participate at the forthcoming 24th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, facilitated by Ghost Story Production Support Contest.
More of Gong Seung Yeon
The actress was among the artists who transferred to the care of Varo Entertainment from BH Entertainment. The new entertainment agency is established by BH Entertainment, leading them to put some of its artists under its management.
Gong Seung Yeon is known for her impressive roles in the K-drama series, including Circle and Are You Human? She also recently appeared in jTBC’s drama titled Flower Crew: Joseon marriage Agency, together with actor Byun Woo Seok.
For the time being, fans of the actress expect another taste of Gong Seung Yeon’s acting skills by delivering a notable performance for You, I’ve Been Desperately Looking For.
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