Park Seo-Joon recovers from COVID-19: Shooting in Hungry

Park Seo-Joon, an actor from South Korea was caught up with Covid-19 last week. Now after his release from quarantine he has fully recovered his health.

He is famous for his Oscar-winning film Parasite, and many other K-dramas such as what’s wrong with secretary Kim, Itaewon’s class.

Is he back to work?

Coming back to work.
Going back to work. Source: imdb.com

The 33-year-old actor has now left for Hungary to shoot his upcoming movie, Dream. He left for hungry this morning.

Soompi, a Korean website- Parks agency Awesome ENT said that the actor is now planning to return to Korea. Yes, he is planning to return to Korea after finishing the filming in March.

”Just in case, we will work hard to take care of his health and shoot safely. There may be changes depending on the local situation, but he is planning to return to Korea after wrapping up filming in March,” the agency said in a statement.

What projects he is coming up with?

Hard work is the key!
Coming back to normal life, #backtowork. Source: timesofindia.com

Lee Byung Hun is the director of “Dream.” Telling the story a team of people who are trying out for the Homeless World Cup, an annual international soccer event.

Yoon Hong Dae, the role played by the park, is a professional soccer player on disciplinary probation. Later he becomes the coach of a ragtag soccer team.

However, Lee Hyun Woo will also appear as one of the soccer players in the film.

On the other hand, Park is acting in ”Concrete Utopia.” Marking his Hollywood debut in a superhero film ”The Marvels.”

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