[Video] T.O.P’s ‘The Commitment’ Set for Japanese Premiere
Good news for Japanese fans. Big Bang T.O.P’s upcoming movie, The Commitment will be premiering in Japan.
On October 11, YG Entertainment said, “The Commitment will be premiering in theaters in Japan on January 265. There will be a premium event to celebrate it.”
The Commitment is about a teenager who must work as a North Korean spy to save his only sister’s life after their father fails at a spy mission and the family is sent to a labor camp. T.O.P has personally participated in promotions for this movie to help people, including the Japanese audience, to better understand the tragedy of the only divided country in the world.
This is T.O.P’s first project since 2010 when he worked on Into the Fire. He is playing Rie Myung Hoon, who becomes a North Korean spy to save his little sister. He is raising anticipation to how he will show his charismatic and emotional charms on screen.
As T.O.P explained the premise of the movie, he added, “The main points are the extreme action scenes, but there’s a very emotional side as well. I hope that people can see my many sides.”
“As a commemoration of the movie opening up, there will be an exclusive event for the first time in Japan so I hope many people can come. We are preparing for a lot, so I wish people can make many memories with me.”
The Commitment will premiere on November 6 in Korea.
Check out the ′Mission′ version of the trailer.
Photo Credit: YG Entertainment