Director Hirokazu Koreeda's first Korean film production and "Broker," starring Song Kang-ho, Kang Dong-won, Bae Doo-na, Lee Ji-eun and Lee Joo-young, will be released in June.

The movie "Broker" (directed by Hirokazu Koreeda) depicts the unexpected and special journey of those who became involved with the baby box.

The teaser poster, released on April 11, draws attention by capturing the conflicting moments of those who share an unexpected journey around a baby under a clear sky. "Sanghyun" (Song Kang-ho) and his partner "Dong-soo" (Kang Dong-won), who are trying to make a special deal by finding new parents of the baby in the baby box. The poster, which features those who smile brightly while looking at each other, heralds warm chemistry, while at the same time raising expectations for a deeper ensemble of Song Kang-ho and Kang Dong-won, who reunited 12 years after "The Righteous Brothers."

On the other hand, the sight of So-young (Lee Ji-eun), a mother of a baby who unexpectedly joined the journey, staring out the window with an unknown face, harmonizes with a copy of "Baby Box, a special deal that started there," amplifying curiosity among those who encountered through the baby box.

"Broker" is expected to be the first Korean film directed by Hirokazu Koreeda to resonate with audiences around the world by portraying the lives of marginalized and unprotected characters in each film, including "A Family," the highest honor at the Cannes Film Festival.

From Song Kang-ho, a self-proclaimed broker who wants to find the right person to raise a baby, Kang Dong-won, a partner of Sang-hyun, Bae Doo-na, a detective who persistently pursues the broker's journey, and Lee Ji-eun, a junior detective, Lee Ju-young, who is back in a baby box.

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