“Commitment,” K-pop giant Big Bang’s member T.O.P’s first film in three years, has been confirmed to hit Japanese theaters next January along with a special event for Japanese T.O.P fans.
Ahead of the Japanese opening of “Commitment” on January 25, T.O.P will join the film’s premiere event at the Pacific Yokohama in Japan on November 20, his agency YG Entertainment said in a press release Friday.
T.O.P decided to participate in the prearranged event to promote understanding of the film since it is based on the division of the Korean peninsula, YG explained.
In the event partly produced by the star himself, the idol star will reveal the highlight clip and behind-the-scene stories of the film, also donning a suit and joining the premium event to celebrate the film’s opening together with dressed-up fans.
Set to hit local theaters on November 6, “Commitment” centers on 19-year-old North Korean boy named Lee Myung-hoon (T.O.P), who becomes an anti-South spy to protect his sister Hye-in (Kim You-jung), the only family of him.
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