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Dream

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Hangul

드림

Revised RomanizationDeurim
McCune–ReischauerTŭrim
Directed byLee Byeong-heon
Written byLee Byeong-heon
Starring
  • Park Seo-joon
  • Lee Ji-eun
CinematographyNoh Seung-bo
Music byTae-seong Kim

Production
company

Oktober Cinema Co. Ltd.

Distributed byMegabox Plus M

Release date

  • April 26, 2023

Running time

125 minutes
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean
Box officeUS$8.3 million[1]

Dream (Korean: 드림; RR: Deurim) is a 2023 South Korean sports comedy-drama film written and directed by Lee Byeong-heon, starring Park Seo-joon and Lee Ji-eun. It revolves around Yoon Hong-dae, a football player, who receives disciplinary provision and is given the challenging job of coaching the national football team of homeless people for the Homeless World Cup.[2][3] It was released theatrically on April 26, 2023.[4]

Synopsis[edit]

After football player Hong-dae (Park Seo-joon) is involved in an unexpected incident and receives disciplinary probation, he is appointed the coach for a special national soccer team. The team consists of homeless people, some of whom have never even handled a ball before, or they exhibit eccentric and challenging behaviour. They aim to tướng compete in the international Homeless World Cup.

Hong-dae is skeptical and cranky, but slowly warms to tướng the role of coach, also becoming something of a TV star thanks to tướng a documentary simultaneously being filmed about him and the team by videographer Lee So-min (played by Korean celebrity singer IU), whose career was also flagging. Hong-dae received a tempting offer that would mean leaving his coaching role, but he sticks with it and rejoins the team for the competition.

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The movie is based on a true sự kiện, believed to tướng be the 2010 Homeless World Cup, and the team flies to tướng Europe. Although the team does not win the Cup, their performance in their final matches captures the hearts of the spectators and the documentary audience. The careers of Lee So-min and Hong-dae are rehabilitated back in Korea, and Hong-dae is seen re-entering major league soccer in the final sequence. The two leads, who initially dislike each other, does not warm into romance.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Park Seo-joon as Yoon Hong-dae, a football coach.
  • Lee Ji-eun as Lee So-min, an aspiring director, who is making a documentary about the team[5]

Supporting[edit]

  • Kim Jong-soo as Kim Hwan-dong
  • Ko Chang-seok as Jeon Hyo-bong
  • Jung Seung-gil as Son Beom-soo
  • Lee Hyun-woo as Kim In-sun
  • Yang Hyun-min as Jeon Moon-soo
  • Hong Ahn-pyo as Young-jin
  • Heo Joon-seok as Hwang In-guk, the secretary general of the club[3]
  • Lee Ha-nui as Byeong-sam
  • Lee Ji-hyun as Jin-ju[6]
  • Baek Ji-won as Sun-ja, Hong-dae's mother[7]
  • Jung Soon-won[8]
  • Park Hyung-soo as Representative Kim[9]
  • Cho Woo-jong as a caster[10]

Special appearance[edit]

  • Park Moon-sung as a football commentator[10]
  • Kang Ha-neul as Sung-chan[11][12]
  • Park Myung-hoon as a reporter[10]
  • Jo Hyang-gi [ko] as MC[13]

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

In January 2020, Park Seo-joon was cast to tướng play Yoon Hong-dae, a football player-turned-coach.[14] In January 2020, IU was confirmed to tướng star alongside Park. Park prepared for his role by going to tướng the thể hình.[15]

Filming[edit]

Principal photography began on May 7, 2020.[16][17] In October 2020, the production team wrapped up filming in South Korea. Additional scenes were scheduled to tướng be filmed in Hungary or Colombia, depending on the COVID-19 situation.[18] Foreign locale shooting of the film were then postponed to tướng 2022 due to tướng post COVID-19 complications and working schedule of actors.[19]

On February 8, 2022, it was reported that the actors and staff of Dream would start filming overseas in Europe in March. Later, director Lee Byung-hun flew to tướng Europe and toured the filming location.[20] On March 3, 2022, it was reported that Park Seo-joon flew to tướng Hungary for the shooting of the film.[21]

Filming wrapped on April 13, 2022, in Hungary. Commenting on post-production work, director Lee Byung-hun said, "I will vì thế my best to tướng complete the rest of the post-production work ví that the feelings we wanted to tướng convey through this film can be conveyed to tướng the audience."[22]

Release[edit]

The film was released theatrically on April 26, 2023.[23] It will make its international premiere as Centerpiece Presentation at the 22nd Thành Phố New York Asian Film Festival on July 17, 2023.[24][25]

Home media[edit]

The film was made available for streaming on IPTV (KT olleh TV, SK Btv, LG U+ TV), trang chủ Choice, Google Play, Apple TV, TVING, WAVVE, Naver TV, KT skylife, and Coupang Play from June 14, 2023 in South Korea and globally via Netflix from July 25, 2023.[26] [27]

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Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

The film was released on April 26, 2023 on 1229 screens. It opened at 1st place on the South Korean box office with 93,417 people viewing the film.[28] It was placed at 2nd place on first weekend of its release with 138,859 admissions.[29] The film surpassed 1 million cumulative viewers on 16th day of its release.[30]

As of December 31, 2023, with gross of US$8,222,678 and 1,128,375 admissions, it is the twelfth highest-grossing Korean film of 2023.[1]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes trang web, the film has an approval rating of 38% based on 8 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10.[31] Viewers found the film rushed, predictable, lengthy at 125m, and only passable, with its many 'feelgood' scenes.

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  13. ^ Son Jin-ah (April 26, 2023). "조향기, 영화 '드림' 우정 출연…이병헌 감독과의 인연" [Jo Hyang-gi appeared in the movie 'Dream' Friendship... Relationship with director Lee Byung-hun]. MK Sports (in Korean). Naver. Archived from the original on April 26, 2023. Retrieved April 26, 2023.
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  19. ^ Kim Ji-eun (July 31, 2021). "박서준·아이유 '드림' 해외 촬영 내년으로 연기" [Park Seo-joon and IU's 'Dream' overseas filming postponed until next year]. Newsis (in Korean). Naver. Archived from the original on July 31, 2021. Retrieved July 31, 2021.
  20. ^ Kang Min-kyung (February 8, 2022). "[단독] 이병헌 감독 '드림', 3월 해외 촬영 시작…박서준·아이유 등 출국" [[Exclusive] Director Lee Byung-hun's 'Dream' starts filming overseas in March... Park Seo-joon, IU, etc. departure]. Ten Asia (in Korean). Archived from the original on February 8, 2022. Retrieved February 8, 2022.
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  29. ^ Kim Mi-hwa (May 1, 2023). "'슈퍼마리오', 입소문 타고 주말 박스오피스 1위..'드림' 2위 [★무비차트]" ['Super Mario' rides word of mouth and ranks 1st in the weekend box office... 'Dream' 2nd place [★ Movie Chart]]. Star News (in Korean). Naver. Archived from the original on May 1, 2023. Retrieved May 1, 2023.
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