Jeon Yeo Bin and Park Jung Min in Talks to Join Hyun Bin in the Period Spy Thriller Harbin by the Director of The Man Standing Next

Well that’s a lot of bins in one film haha. K-ent is reporting that Jeon Yeo Bin will be joining Hyun Bin in the upcoming period spy thriller Harbin, with also Park Jung Min in talks as the second male lead. It’s from the director of Inside Men and The Man Standing Next, both of which were highly acclaimed box office hits. Harbin is set in the early 1900’s in Harbin, China surrounding a group of independent fighters staking their life on freedom for their country. Filming is scheduled to start in September 2022 and the production is expected to be top notch as the production company produced Parasite and Snowpiercer.


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Jeon Yeo Bin and Park Jung Min in Talks to Join Hyun Bin in the Period Spy Thriller Harbin by the Director of The Man Standing Next — 12 Comments

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  2. This director is amazing, plot sounds cool, and the cast is solid so definitely going to watch this.

    How is JYB able to film so many projects? She has two dramas, a Song Kang Ho movie, and now another movie. Can she actually time travel?

    • One of her dramas has already been filmed by end of last year. And now she’s starting filming for drama #2. In between, I think she filmed the Song Kang-ho movie. I’m guessing this movie is working on casting now and probably won’t start filming until she’s almost done with her drama filming since a lot of planning will need to go into it. And A Time Called You may be shorter than the usual 16 episode run.

      Whew, back-to-back! I hope you can take a vacation in 2023!

    • insane… Jeon Yeo Bin rocks…. pick so many project while the iron is still hot. So glad she is on a high noted after Vinzenco, and she deserve it

  3. I think she will only play minor/supporting roles in the two movies so it doesn’t take a lot of time. She was the 4th billed actor in the SKH movie, for this one probably 3th billed?

    • I get what you mean, but supporting roles in movies have more screen time and spotlight in the movies than supporting roles in dramas. And it is a lot of characters to shift between.

      Given this director, the roles are going to require some hard action so actors would need training in advance.

  4. As long as they don’t actually have to film in Harbin in peak winter I’m all in for this film. It sounds amazing and boy has JYB been busy!

  5. I’m a big fan of more actresses taking on action roles rather than the usual romcom or melo, and I have wanted to see JYB do full fledged action after Night in Paradise, so this news is exciting!

  6. I’m so excited for this projects lined up for Jeon Yeo Been. If only I could see her all year round, but no these projects take too long to complete. Can’t wait for the airing of her Netflix original series Glitch.

  7. Jeon Yeo Been has come a long way. From starting late in the business, playing minor roles to even thinking of quitting if she failed to a make a living in acting by the age 30. Glad she didn’t quit because offers came to her to play lead roles for After My Death, Be Melodramatic, Night in Paradise and Vincenzo. Now, she gets to work with veteran directors, Hallyu actors and big production teams. She’s talented and has a great personality, she really is deserving of her spot in the K-ent industry.

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