The mysteries of South Korea are new incredible step time, Unlocked, new Netflix original film, which was inspired by the 2017 book Sumaho o Otoshita dake, which is also influenced by the Japanese film Stolen Identity.

However, the Japanese adaptation didn’t seem to achieve success, even although we are all too familiar with Netflix’s Korean adaptations. This will become the second original Korean film to be published on Netflix this year.

Consider a person who can follow you without following you and discover every single detail about you, from your interests to your darkest secrets. That’s essentially the impression intended by the new thriller film Unlocked.

What will be the Release date for Unlocked?

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We are happy to announce that the Korean thriller Unlocked will be available to the audience on Friday, February 17, 2023. The running time of the movie will be 117 minutes.

What will be the plot of Unlocked?

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Na-mi loses her phone, which contains all her personal information, during her trip home from work. Jun-yeong discovers Na-mi’s phone and offers it back to her, but only after she installs a device, she was able to secretly spy on it. He discovers everything he can about Na-mi by following her around, including her places, interests, preferences, professional life, income, and social network, then follows her while hiding the -his actual identity.

Meanwhile, detective Ji-man discovers evidence of his son Jun-yeong at a crime scene and discreetly examines Jun-yeong, assuming the worst.

Na-mi is thrilled to have discovered her phone, but her normal life quickly spirals out of control. Her entire existence is threatened since she lost her phone. and who knew what a single smartphone loss could lead to.

Is there a Trailer for the film Unlocked?

Yes there’s! A normal girl stumbles upon her smartphone on her way home from work. As she searches for her smartphone, which has all her private details, threats to her daily life begin to arise.

The film focuses on Akira Teshigawara’s Japanese novel of the same name, which was previously adapted into the 2018 film Stolen Identity.

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Im Si-wan as Jun-yeong

Chun Woo-Hee as Nami

Kim Hee-won as Ji-man

Park Ho-san

Kim Ye-won

Jeon Jin-oh

Kim Joo-ryoung

Lee Jae Woo