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Many Korean Original Films Will Be Released in 2023, According to Disney+.

Disney+ has revealed a number of upcoming Korean originals that will make their world premiere on the streaming platform in the following year.

The streamer made the announcement earlier today (November 30), revealing that there will be a total of six brand-new games available in the year 2023. It has been asserted that the television series known as “Call it Love” “[tells] the narrative of a daughter who has been mistreated, who desires revenge on her mistress after the unexpected death of her father.” Disney+ has referred to director Lee Kwang Yong as “a maestro of love dramas,” and he will serve in that capacity for the production of “Call it Love.”

According to Disney+, Moving “is based on the popular webtoon by Kang Full and depicts the story of three teens who realise they have inherited remarkable skills from their secret agent parents.” The story follows the trio as they come to terms with the fact that their parents were secret agents. It is anticipated that Ryu Seung Ryong, who starred in “Miracle in Cell No. 7,” Han Hye Joo, who appeared in “Happiness,” and Zo In Song, who appeared in “It’s Okay, It’s Love,” will be a part of it.

“Worst of Evil,” a series that takes place in South Korea in the 1990s and is the third title that Disney+ has unveiled today. According to what has been written about the show, it follows “an investigative task force when their undercover investigator named Park Joon Mo infiltrates a new criminal organisation responsible for fomenting a human trafficking triangle.” Ji Chang Wook from “If You Wish Me,” Wee Ha Joon, who graduated from Squid Game, and Lim Se-mi, who starred in “True Beauty,” will play the lead parts in “The Worst of Evil,” which Disney has described as “an exciting new criminal drama.”

The film “RACE,” which was penned by the renowned playwright Kim Ru Ri, will round out the lineup of forthcoming Korean movies for Disney+. The soon-to-air television series will depict the story of “a mediocre employee who uncovers her potential after realising that she was employed by her top-notch advertising company for diversity reasons.”

Additionally, Disney+ has announced that it would be releasing a new documentary series named SUPER JUNIOR: THE LAST MAN STANDING, which will be dedicated to the male K-pop group SUPER JUNIOR. Disney has referred to the show as “a one-of-a-kind examination of SUPER JUNIOR and its members, bringing new insights into the present K-pop industry” in their promotional materials for the series.

In addition to the six titles that were previously announced by the streaming service, Disney+ has announced two additional forthcoming original projects that will focus on BTS and will be available on the platform in 2019. These projects are titled BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star and a solo documentary about Jay-Hope, the title of which has not yet been determined. Both of these projects will debut in 2019. Disney+ has not yet disclosed any additional information regarding any of the eight Korean video games, including the games’ actual release dates; however, this information is anticipated to be made public in the following months.

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