Another familiar face in the Kdrama industry is coming back to the big screen. Girls' Generation member YoonA is filled with innocence and beauty in the main poster revealed for the upcoming film Miracle.
The main poster includes Park Jung Min, Lee Sung Min, and Lee Soo Kyung who are sitting on a train with a peaceful atmosphere. With a caption that reads "There's no giving up. Until the day a train stops," huge attention is focused to witness a heartwarming story of not giving up despite tons of failures.
Looking warmly over the train's window, the four renowned actors feature anticipation of the film's release. In particular, YoonA holds a vintage camera while smiling sweetly and in front of her is Park Jung Min, looking purposefully.
Korean Film Miracle Plot
Based on a true story, Miracle will take place in 1986 and will depict the story of a math prodigy named Jun Kyung. He lives in the roadless and remote part of North Gyeongsang Province and hopes that one day, a train will have its stop in his village.
Tae Yoon is a hardworking engineer whose goal in life is to establish a train station in the village despite it having a rail track. His daughter Ra Hee works with her mathematics prodigy boyfriend, Jun Kyung, in building the village's first and smallest simple train station.
Bo Kyung, Tae Yoon's older sister, and all the other people in the village will gather together and help make their hopes of seeing a train making its stop on their village come true.
Korean Film Miracle Cast
Miracle will star actors Park Jung Min, Lee Sung Min, Lee Soo Kyung, and Girls' Generation member YoonA. Park Jung Min will breathe life into the character of a young man named Jun Kyung, while YoonA will play the innocent and beautiful young lady Ra Hee, who is also the former's lover.
Lee Sung Min will portray Tae Yoon, Jun Kyung's father, and Lee Soo Kyung as Bo Kyung, Tae Yoon's older sister.
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Meanwhile, Miracle will captivate the audience with emotions that everyone can relate to, especially the deep message that the film will convey. Directed by Lee Jang Hoon for Blossom Pictures, the film will narrate the moving story of hope and dreams with the village people establishing a simple, private-owned train station.
Miracle is scheduled to be released in several theaters in South Korea sometime in September 2021 just in time for the Chuseok holidays.