Project Wolf Hunting (2022) | Movie Trailer

Project Wolf Hunting - Korean Film

Korean Writer-Director Kim Hong-Sun brings this adrenaline rush action-thriller “Project Wolf Hunting” that sets cops against criminals on a cargo ship with a dangerous secret hidden in its hold.

The film, which stars Seo In-guk and Jang Dong-yoon, will premiere in local theaters on September 28. In this movie, Seo and Jang both portray criminals. While South Korean singer-songwriter and television actor Seo In-guk (“Reply 1997”) is a household name, Jang Dong-yoon has several Korean drama series (School 2017, The Tale of Nokdu, A Poem A Day, etc.) to his credit.  

Director Kim Hong-Sun, known for films like The Chase (2017), The Con Artists (2014), and Traffickers (2012) a grisly crime thriller dealing with human organ trafficking, returns with this dramatic action movie.

Official Synopsis:

A mission takes place to bring heinous criminals to South Korea from the middle of the Pacific Ocean within 3 days. Jong Du is a criminal, who is blinded by madness. Do Il is an Interpol red noticed criminal, with numerous charges.

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As per the latest updates, “Project Wolf Hunting” will make its world premiere on September 8 at the Midnight Madness segment of the 47th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The festival in its Midnight Madness segment screens some of the finest action, horror, shock, and fantasy movies.

Screenwriter & Director: Kim Hong-Sun (Kim Hong-seon)
Genres: Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Cast: Seo In-Guk, Jang Dong-Yoon, Choi Gwi-Hwa, Sung Dong-Il, Park Ho-San, Jung So-Min, Ko Chang-Seok, Jang Young-Nam.
Native Title: 늑대사냥
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
Release Date: September 28, 2022

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