The warm music therapy film “Refresh,” which tells the autobiographical story of Kang Chang-mo (KCM), will visit the screen.
A preview and press conference of the movie “Refresh” were held at CGV Yongsan I-Park Mall in Seoul on the afternoon of the 11th. Director Kim Gil-young and actor Kang Chang-mo Hong Kyung-in Myung-hyun attended.
“Refresh” is a cheerful healing movie in which the outdated singer “K” is in charge of music therapy for patients at the National Center for Mental Healing and heals each other while preparing for a music contest with them.
It was directed by Kim Gil-young, who produced music videos such as KCM, Park Bom, and Wax and many web dramas.
MBC variety show, “What do you do when you play?”KCM, who is active in ”s ‘MSG Wannabe’ and KBS ‘Godfather’, played the role of K, a singer who has been out of date. It is based on KCM’s actual experience. On top of that, Hong Kyung-in and Kim Chan-mi, who succeeded in standing alone as actors, and mixed martial arts player Myung Hyun-man worked together.
Kang Chang-mo said, “I feel awkward and sorry to come out of the theater. I was talking about something personal because I had a relationship with the director, and the director asked me if I could write a scenario for this story. So, it was the beginning that I said I could. I didn’t think it would get this big,” he said.
“This seat is awkward. From the time I received the script, it was like a dream that Hong Kyung-in’s brother would appear as a manager, and that all the actors would appear. I still can’t believe it. I kept thinking about it from beginning to end throughout the movie, so it was an opportunity and an experience that I would never have again.”
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Referring to the scene of Kang Chang-mo singing on the night stage, he said, “I felt so strange that I couldn’t express it in words. I couldn’t see anything until the song started and ended. I felt like I was back in the days when I was singing. I was immersed. I felt like I was watching myself 20 years ago. I had mixed feelings,” he confessed.
He said, “There are times when people do well and sometimes they don’t. There are times when I have a hard time and times when I was happy. I was healed by music when I had a hard time.
So, looking at the overall content, the conclusion that I was healed by music is similar to my story. I think anyone in each field will be able to relate to some extent. I hope it will be a healing therapy.”
“Refresh” is scheduled to be released on June 16.