Asian-American Romantic Comedy WEDDING PALACE to Open in Select U.S. Theaters, 9/27
Asian-American Romantic Comedy WEDDING PALACE will open in select U.S. theaters on Sept. 27 it was announced today. Currently, the film is slated to open at Times Square's AMC Empire 25, and Los Angeles/Orange County's CGV Theater, Laemmle's Playhouse 7 in Pasadena, and Edward's University Town Center 6 in Irvine.
Abandoned at the altar, Jason's (BrianTee) family quickly introduces him to other eager brides in waiting but to their horror, he rejects them all. The clock is literally ticking on Jason's life as his 30th birthday is fast approaching, bringing along an old family curse. On a business trip to Korea, Jason meets the girl of his dreams, Na Young (Kang Hye-jung). They embark on a cyber love affair fueled by imagination and videochats. Jason proposes and his family is beyonddelighted. However when Na Young arrives in Los Angeles with a surprising revelation, Jason has hesitations and his wacky family goes overboard causing a rollercoaster of ups-and-downs at every turn in this modern romance. Jason will have to bridge the gapbetween family expectationsand being true to himself to find his true love.
WEDDING PALACE bridges The East and the West with Korean-American Hollywood actor Brian Tee (The Fast & The Furious 3: Tokyo Drift; Crash TV series,) and South Korean award-winning actress Kang Hye-jung, who makes her English language debut in the film. Comedians Bobby Lee, Stephen Park and Margaret Choenliven the supporting cast. The film score includes original musical compositions from 5-time Grammy nominated jazz pianist David Benoit, (Charlie Brown 'Peanuts'), along with music from popular Korean R&Bsinger, Kim Johan and South Korea's indie band, Peppertones.
WEDDING PALACE is directed, produced and co-written by Christine Yoo. GoGoGo Entertainment will distribute WEDDING PALACE in New York, Los Angeles and Hawaii on Friday, September 27th. The film will expand to other cities including SF/Bay Area, Philadelphia, Washington DC and Chicago through October. Not Rated. Running Time is 98 Minutes.
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