[K-Movie] THE WITCH Returns with An Upgraded Sequel, Starring Lee Jong Suk, Jin Goo, Park Eun Bin, and More

Four years after the 2018 box office hit, The Witch is back with an upgraded sequel with even bigger action. The highly-anticipated sequel, The Witch Part 2. The Other One, tells the story of a girl who walks out of a devastated secret lab by herself and those who are hunting her down.

Top secret research lab known as Ark is ambushed by an unknown group of terrorists and everyone inside it is butchered. This is where the Witch Program took place, and the sole survivor of the attack walks out of there for the first time in her life. She befriends Kyung-hee (Park Eun-bin) and Dae-gil (Sung Yoo-bin) by accident and starts a new life in their farm. Meanwhile, there are forces that are tracking her whereabouts with their own goals, and as they converge on the girl, her hidden survival instinct kicks in.

The Witch Part 2 introduces a new protagonist only known as ‘the girl’ (Shin Si-ah) and a new diverse group of characters who all want her for one reason or another, thereby creating THE WITCH universe.

Since its release in Korea’s cinemas, the film has been dominating the box office, surpassing 1 million moviegoers in less than four days. The suspenseful sequel also features several high-profile supporting roles including Cho Min-su, Lee Jong-seok and Kim Da-mi, who played the protagonist in the first film as a way to link this film to the first.

Movie Synopsis:
From the ashes of ground zero where it all started, another Witch is awakened!

A mysterious girl survives a bloody raid at the top secret lab known as Ark. The outside world is foreign to her, but luckily she befriends Kyung-hee and Dae-gil by accident, who become her only friends. As they begin to enjoy the ebb and flow of their ordinary lives, a group of deadly assassins track her down to serve their own goal…

Title: The Witch Part 2. The Other One
Genre: Action, Thriller
Cast: Shin Si-ah, Park Eun-bin, Seo Eun-soo, Jin Gu, Sung Yoo-bin, Cho Min-su, Lee Jong-seok, Kim Da-mi
Directed by: Park Hoon-jung
Singapore Release Date: 30 June 2022
Runtime: 137 minutes
Rating: NC16


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