Korean blockbuster “Extreme Job” light-up Hard anodized cookware Film Festival in FCT
Abuja residents and members from the diplomatic community were delighted on Friday night since Korean blockbuster action humor film, “Extreme Job” variants at the ongoing 2020 Hard anodized cookware Film Festival in the Government Capital Territory (FCT).
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Asian movie festival holding from January. 23 to 26 in the Caeser Hall, showcases the very best of Asian films, along with daily screening of movies from participating countries.
The film fiesta is set in order to screen movies from The japanese, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Korea, Palestine, Syria, Iran and Cina.
NAN reports that ‘Extreme Job’ is a 2019 Southern Korean action comedy movie acclaimed to be the highest-grossing household films of all time in that nation, grossing 122.46 mil US Dollars within 3 months.
It reportedly has a creation budget of 5.77million US Dollars,with an additional 2.66million US bucks spent on marketing, and exceeded 10 million ticket product sales in 15 days.
The plot of ‘Extreme Job’ follows the story of Narcotic Detectives, led by Chief Ko (Ryu Seung-ryong), which work under cover inside a Chicken restaurant to bust line a gang of organized criminals.
Things seem to function, but Ko is well informed that the restaurant will shortly go out of business, and they end up buying the restaurant, still going to use it for their undercover procedure.
However, a rib salatso?e they have to improvise for a sticky chicken becomes an instant strike and their chicken eating place becomes famous for its meals.
Extreme Job is authored by Bae Se-young and is aimed by award-winning South Korean film director, Shelter Byeong-heon, starring Ryu Seung-ryong, Shelter Hanee, Jin Seon-kyu, Lee Dong-hwi and Gong Myung.(NAN).