Cha Eunwoo, an undisclosed naval ID photo…The uniform fit is perfect. “Face genius.”
The movie “Decibel” unveiled production stills, including “Unreleased Navy ID Photo” by Kim Rae-won, Lee Jong-seok, Cha Eunwoo and Lee Min-ki.
In its third week of release, the movie “Decibel,” which continues to be a steady viral hit, unveiled detailed props and production stills that completed realistic sound terror action in the movie from “Unreleased Navy ID Photo.” “Decibel” is a sound-terror action movie between a bomb designer (Lee Jong-seok) who tries to occupy the city center with a special bomb that explodes as soon as the noise gets louder and a former Navy deputy captain (Kim Rae-won) who became his target.
First of all, the naval identification photos of the actors, who made a surprise appearance in the movie and caught the eye, were released for the first time thanks to the enthusiastic requests of the audience, drawing attention. The warm visuals of actors such as Kim Rae-won, Lee Jong-seok, Cha Eun-woo, and Lee Min-ki in navy uniforms draw attention at once, confirming the splendid lineup of “Decibel.”
At the same time, production steel, which offers a glimpse of even detailed small props, is also impressive. In particular, the submarine scene not only referenced numerous overseas data to implement the interior of the submarine, which is mostly military secret, but also implemented the perfect appearance through the advice of the actual submarine captain. In addition, in order to convey the feeling of the audience as if they were in a submarine, after discussions by art, filming, and lighting director, the frustration of actually boarding and the moisture inside were captured in detail on the screen. Cha Eun-woo, who played the role of “Navy Submarine’s Sound Detection Noncommissioned Officer,” said, “It was a set shoot, and I was surprised that it was the same as a real submarine.” “When I first went to the set, I watched it alone for 20 minutes,” he said, adding that he was impressed by the high quality of the set with details.
In addition, the bomb designer’s hideout, described as the most important part of the play, adds tension to the unguarded development. The space full of materials from the drawings designed the noise response bomb reveals the bomb designer’s obsession with revenge, adding a three-dimensional effect to the character.
The sound terror action “Decibel,” which adds to the word-of-mouth craze with actors’ passionate acting and colorful fun, is being screened in theaters across the country.