OCN's first dramatic cinema 'Trap' (directed by Park Shin-woo, written by Nam Sang-wook)' was invited to the crossover category of the 'Korean Fantastic' section of the 23rd Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. 'Trap', the first work of the ‘Dramatic Cinema’ which is a project in collaboration between OCN, a genre producer, and a film production team, is a hard-boiled chase thriller that seeks the shocking truth of an incident involving a national anchor caught in an unknown trap.
'Trap: Director's Cut', which was invited to the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, is a 178-minute director's version remastered with 5.1 cinema sound. ‘Trap: Director’s Cut’ was invited with favorable reviews to the ‘Korea Fantastic’section where you can meet the new trends of Korean genre films. 'Trap: Director's Cut' is scheduled to be screened on June 30 and July 3, where a GV with director Park Shin-woo and other actors will be held after the second screening.
Director Park Shin-woo said, “The story I started was initially a moveiw, but has turned into a drama. I am very grateful that ‘Trap: Director’s Cut’ can be screened as a movie version at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. It would be great if the audience found it enjoyable and discovered the drama version as well.” In addition to 'Trap: Director's Cut', Netflix original 'Persona,’ which contains four different stories drawn by four directors Lee Kyung-mi, Im Pil-sung, Jeon Go-woon, and Kim Jong-kwan, is also invited.
As OCN's first dramatic cinema 'Trap' was successfully broadcast and invited to the international film festival, with significant results, OCN Director Hwang Hye-jeong said, “I am very happy that the movie screenplay turned into a drama through ‘OCN Dramatic Cinema’ and the director’s cut was invited to the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. I would like to thank the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival for shedding a light on the efforts and achievements of ‘Trap’ at a time when cross media is so important, and to the viewers for their enthusiastic support.”