The Korean entertainment business is expanding its selection of content as time goes on, moving beyond romance and sentimental fare to include action, adventure, thriller, mystery, and many other genres. On the Netflix streaming platform, the Korean sector is showcasing its value.
The upcoming Netflix Korean movie Jung_E demonstrates the Korean sci-fi genre with clever writing. Action-adventure movie Jung_E directed by the filmmaker of the blockbuster successes Train to Busan and Hellbound. Discover all there is to know about Jung_E by reading on.
Jung_E Release Date
Initially scheduled to release by the end of 2022 but the film got postponed due to post-production work. Now Jung_E will be available to stream on Netflix on January 20, 2023.
The Cast of Jung_E
Star-cast of Jung_E is listed down below:
- Kang Soo-youn as Yun Seo-hyun
- Kim Hyun-joo as Jung_E/Yun Jung-yi
- Ryu Kyung-soo as Sang-hun
- Park So-yi as young Yun Seo-hyun
Kang Soo-Yeon, one of the movie’s lead actresses, lost away from a cardiac attack not long after the production crew ended filming.
The Plot of Jung_E
Humanity migrates to new homes in space as Earth is ravaged by severe climate change. Yun Jung-yi (Kim Hyun-Joo) becomes a famed mercenary and military strategist with numerous triumphs to her credit as the civil war that happens there lasts for decades. However, one unsuccessful mission leaves her in a vegetative state.
Kronoid, a military AI development business, aims to produce the supreme combat fight by replicating her brain. Yun Seo-hyun (Kang Soo-youn), the daughter of Jung-Yi, takes part in this endeavor 35 years later as the project’s chief researcher.
Kronoid abandons the research to start a new project after many cloning. When Seo-hyun finds out about their plans, she decides to save JUNG_E.
Trailer Details of Jung_E
Before focusing on scenes of the brain cloning operation and creating what the film refers to as an “AI battle fighter,” the new trailer for JUNG_E gives us our first look at the high-tech 22nd Century environment.
The trailer then stops just before the robot opens its eyes after having an artificial brain inserted. The majority of the current AI concerns are concentrated on chatbots and the arts, but things start to become a little worse in Jung_E’s future.
In Jung_E’s trailer, Kronoid Lab advertises its “most powerful AI battle warrior.” It is obvious that things won’t turn out as expected.