[K-POP/C-POP] Hangeng : Casted For “The Founding Of A Party”

Han Geng’s “first contact” with movies is to take part of the movie “The Founding of the Party”. He is playing a pioneer youth Zhao Shiyan.

Zhao Shiyan, getting to know the revolutionist pioneer Li Dazhao in his early years (played by Zhang Jiayi), was elected as the General Director of the Student Union in the High School Affiliated to Beijing Normal University. In 1920, he went to France for study, and along with Zhou Enlai (the first Premier of the PRC, played by Chen Kun) and others, established the communist group and the Youth Community Party in France.

Han Geng said, “to have an opportunity of being part of this movie is a very meaningful thing.” On that day, part of the shooting scenes were between Han Geng and Chen Kun. Han Geng said, “I am so willing to communicate with Chen Kun who is very experienced in acting. This is my first time acting in movie after all!” Han Geng’s outfit and style are both eye-catching, his look of holding a book has young intellectual’s temperament.

TN: Han Geng’s movie stills will be released during the formal promotion period.

This movie has involved so many popular celebrities in China. Many of them would even like to play a role without any lines. Playing a role in this movie shows the recognition of Han Geng’s status in mainstream Chinese entertainment industry.


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