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    Kingmaker Movie (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer, Budget, Collection

    Kingmaker Movie (2022):

    Kingmaker (Korean: 킹메이커; RR: Kingmeikeo) is a South Korean political drama film directed by Sung-Hyun, who co-wrote the film with Kim Min-soo. It is produced by Lee Jin-hee and Park Jun-ho and stars Sol Kyung-gu, Lee Sun-kyun, Yoo Jae-myung, and Jo Woo-Jin.

    It was scheduled to be theatrically released on December 29, 2021 but due to the rapid increase in the COVID-19 pandemic it was released on January 26, 2022 to coincide with the Korean New Year holidays.

    Kingmaker Movie Infomantion:

    MovieKingmaker
    Hangul킹메이커
    Revised Romanization Kingmeikeo
    GenreDrama
    Country South Korea
    Language Korean
    Budget₩12 billion
    Box officeUS$6.05 million
    Release dateJanuary 26, 2022 (South Korea)
    StarringSol Kyung-gu
    Lee Sun-kyun
    Yoo Jae-myung
    Directed by Byun Sung-Hyun
    Screenplay byByun Sung-Hyun
    Kim Min-soo
    Produced byLee Jin-hee
    Park Jun-ho
    Cinematography Jo Hyung-rae
    Music byKim Hong-jip
    Lee Jin-hee
    Production companySeed Film
    Distributed by Megabox JoongAng PlusM

    Kingmaker Movie trailer:

    Kingmaker Movie Storyline (Plot):

    The film is based on anecdotal accounts of the working relationship between Kim Dae-jung and his political strategist Uhm Chang-rok during his political career. Seo Chang-dae is a political strategist who prioritizes winning above all else, while Kim Woon-beom is a politician with ambitions to become president so that he can change the country for the better.

    Kingmaker Movie Cast and Characters:

    • Sol Kyung-gu as Kim Woon-beom
    • Lee Sun-kyun as Seo Chang-dae, political strategist
    • Yoo Jae-myung as Kim Young-ho
    • Jo Woo-Jin as Director Lee
    • Park In-hwan as Kang In-san
    • Bae Jong-ok as Hee-ran
    • Lee Hae-Young as Lee Han-Sang
    • Kim Sung-oh as secretary Park
    • Seo Eun-soo as Soo-yeon, support staff
    • Kim Sae-byuk as Myung-sook
    • Park Hyoung-soo as Jeong-hyeon
    • Jeon Bae-soo as Lee’s assistant
    • Jung Woo-hyuk as Chief of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    • Yoon Kyung-ho as Mr. Kim, politician of the ruling party
    • Lee Hwa-ryong as opposition lawmaker
    • Yoon Se-woong as secretary Kim Woon-beom
    • Kim Joo-ryoung
    • Son Kyung-won as New Democratic Party campaigner
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