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Director Jong-bin Yoon's "Suriname," which had been postponed indefinitely due to the Corona 19, has begun full-fledged preparations with the aim of filming next year.
According to the film industry on the 18th, "Suriname" is conducting major casting and pre-production with the aim of starting filming between March and April next year. 'Suriname' is a new film by director Jong-bin Yoon after 'The Spy Gone North' in 2018. It is based on the true story of a Korean who became a drug king in Suriname, a South American country.
Jung-woo Ha works with director Jong-bin Yoon following 'The Unforgiven', 'Beastie Boys', 'Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time' and 'Kundo: Age of the Rampant', and Jung-min Hwang also follows 'The Spy Gone North' and Jung-bin Yoon again.
'Suriname' is a project that CJ ENM participated in planning and it will cost about 40 billion won to produce. The film was considered as a ten-part series, but it was finalized as a six-part series, and due to the specificity of the movie's contents, the movie was coordinated to be released through Netflix.
Originally, "Suriname" planned to be filmed in the Dominican Republic at the end of this year, with the production team planning to conduct an on-site survey in the first half of the year. However, as the Dominican Republic imposed entry restrictions with the Corona 19 Pandemics, the Suriname eventually disbanded its staff in April and postponed the production indefinitely.
However, "Suriname" recently changed its direction by building a set in Korea and filming about 80 percent of its overseas shoots first, and taking the rest of its overseas shoots in Southeast Asia instead of Latin America. As a result, it is known that they started checking schedules, casting, and pre-production of actors.