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Son Suk Ku Is Flooded With Accusatory Messages In Troll Factory Teaser; Watch

Based on the novel, “Troll Factory” revolves around Im Sang Jin, portrayed by Son Suk Ku, a journalist facing suspension for uncovering corporate wrongdoing.

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THE upcoming film Troll Factory (also known as “Comment Army”) has unveiled a fresh poster and teaser!

Based on the novel, Troll Factory revolves around Im Sang Jin, portrayed by Son Suk Ku, a journalist facing suspension for uncovering corporate wrongdoing. When an anonymous informant exposes an online “comment army” manipulating public opinion, Im Sang Jin sets out to restore his credibility.

Son Suk Ku embodies the character of Im Sang Jin, a journalist determined to redeem himself following allegations of revealing corporate malpractice.

In the poster, Im Sang Jin appears serious as he scrutinizes comments on a screen. The caption, “How much of what you see on the internet do you believe?” sparks curiosity about the movie.

The teaser opens with Im Sang Jin flooded with messages, both supportive and accusatory. Amidst the negativity, an anonymous disclosure hints at a conspiracy to conceal corruption.

In a pivotal moment, Im Sang Jin reacts to the calm assertion of the anonymous tipster, stating, Your article wasn’t fake news. With a skeptical expression, Im Sang Jin responds, “But it wasn’t all of you who made my article fake news, was it?” This exchange creates a tense atmosphere, hinting at deeper complexities.

The teaser proceeds to unveil the comment army Team Allep, effortlessly manipulating online public opinion. It introduces key members of Team Allep, including Jjingbbottking (played by Kim Sung Cheol), the unofficial leader and cunning mastermind orchestrating public opinion manipulation. Chatthatkhat (portrayed by Kim Dong Hwi) emerges as the writer behind captivating fabricated stories and serves as the anonymous informant revealing the existence of the comment army. Paebtaek (played by Hong Kyung) is depicted as a keyboard warrior entrapped in the world of online manipulation, witnessing its formidable power.

As the teaser draws to a close, the question emerges: How much of what you see on the internet do you believe? prompting the response, It’s all fake. This concluding statement underscores the pervasive theme of skepticism surrounding online content and its authenticity.

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