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Netflix’s Korean Racing Movie ‘Seoul Vibe’ is Coming to Netflix in August 2022

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We’re about to take a step back in time to the 1988 Seoul Olympics In Netflix’s upcoming South Korean crime drama, Seoul Vibe. The Korean Netflix Original is supposedly being released in August 2022.

Movies and TV shows that are produced in South Korea continue to be some of the most popular and viewed Originals on Netflix. That’s the reason Netflix invests hundreds of millions of dollars into the South Korean market. 2022 is already starting to take its shape as another thrilling year for K-Dramas on Netflix.

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As some sites predicted before, the movie is about to come out in 2022, with the August 2022 release schedule. It reveals that:

“Seoul Vibe is coming to Netflix globally on August 26th, 2022
Filming began on the feature in Eurwang-dong, Jung-gu, and Incheon, South Korea. According to our intel, the filming took place between August 2021 and wrapped up in February 2022. The movie also notably had a budget of less than $10 million.”

The filming of the Seoul vibe started at Eurwang-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea. The filming started in August 2021, and it was finished in February 2022. The movie had a budget of less than $10 million.

The cast of Seoul vibe will include:

1)Yoo Ah-in as Dong-Wook
2)Ko Kyoung-Pyo as DJ John woo
3)Lee Kyoo-hyung as Bok-nam
4)Park Ju-Hyun as Dong-Wook’s younger sister, Yoon-hee
5)Ong Seong-wu as Joon-gi
6)Kim Sung-kyun as Secretary Lee
7)Jung Woong-in as Chief Prosecutor
8)Moon So-ri as Chief Kang In-sook

Seoul Vibe | Official Teaser | Netflix [ENG SUB]

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