Miracle: Letters to the President, a romantic-drama movie starring Park Jung-min and Im Yoon-ah (Yoona), has postponed its release indefinitely.
Originally scheduled to premiere in June this 12 months, the movie’s manufacturing firm Lotte Entertainment has determined to postpone it indefinitely. All promotions of the movie have additionally been suspended. Reportedly, a December release was being thought of for the movie, however Lotte ultimately determined to postpone with out setting a time-frame as a result of resurgence of COVID-19 circumstances in South Korea.
Miracle: Letters to the President is a fictionalized movie primarily based on the true life of highschool arithmetic prodigy Joon-kyeong (Park Jung-min, Deliver Us From Evil). In the Nineteen Eighties, he lived along with his engineer father Tae-yoon (Lee Sung-min, The Man Standing Next/Mr. Zoo: The Missing VIP) in a distant space of the North Gyeongsang Province. Joon-kyeong and his father dream of constructing a practice station of their village. Together along with his girlfriend Ra-hee (Im Yoon-ah, Exit) and older sister Bo-kyeong (Lee Soo-kyung, The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale), Joon-kyeong makes an attempt to chase his dream. The movie has been directed by Lee Jang-hoon, identified for the Son Ye-jin and So Ji-sub starrer Be With You (2018).
Aside from Miracle: Letters to the President, Lotte Entertainment has additionally suspended the release of all different Korean movies in its lineup, one in all them being director Ryoo Seung-wan’s Mogadishu, starring Jo In-sung (The Great Battle) and Kim Yoon-seok (Another Child). Other manufacturing firms have additionally determined to observe swimsuit and droop home releases of Korean movies in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.