Moviegoers in the Philippines are in for a Hallyu treat as PULP Studios announces the release of their first-ever film “MA’AM CHIEF: SHAKEDOWN IN SEOUL“.
The cast of MA’AM CHIEF: SHAKEDOWN IN SEOUL is led by Melai Cantiveros-Francisco, who will play “Selda,” a courageous policewoman from the Philippines on an undercover trip to South Korea to disguise herself as a tour guide and capture a dangerous fugitive. She will meet a variety of personalities along the way, adding to the film’s adventure and humor. Joining her are Alora Sasam, Bernadette Allyson Estrada, Dustine Mayores, Enzo Almario, Jennica Garcia, Karylle Tatlonghari, Manel Sevidal, Pepe Herrera, Sela Guia, and more.
The movie will also feature special cameos by K-drama and K-pop stars such as Lee Seunggi, Yuju, Do Ji Han, and Rolling Quartz.
PULP COO and the film’s executive producer, Happee Sy-Go, the visionary behind this original creation, masterfully blended humor with suspense, setting Ma’am Chief: Shakedown in Seoul on a trajectory to become a standout in Philippine cinema. Happee Sy-Go expressed,
Working on ‘Ma’am Chief: Shakedown in Seoul’ has been an exhilarating journey. The fusion of Filipino and Korean cultures in this film is something truly special. I’m thrilled about how it turned out and am very eager to share this unique cinematic experience with the public. I genuinely hope audiences will embrace the film with as much love and enthusiasm as we poured into creating it.
PULP Studios is the latest venture from the group that brought you the longest-running music publication, PULP Magazine, the longest-running rock and metal festival in Southeast Asia, PULP Summer Slam, and jaw-dropping concerts in the rock, heavy metal, pop, and K-pop genres through PULP Live World. PULP, which is celebrating 25 years in the music business, is dedicated to telling stories through PULP Studios, and its first movie is inspired by the rich tapestry of stories that musicians and fans shared over the years.
Ma’am Chief: Shakedown in Seoul is directed by Kring Kim and premieres in Philippine cinemas nationwide on November 15, 2023.
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