This is one disaster no one ever expected!

The Korean action-comedy film Exit will make its U.S. debut in Los Angeles on August 2, followed by a nationwide release on August 9.


Yong-nam was one of the best rock climbers in college but hasn’t had much luck elsewhere after graduation. He has failed to get a job since graduating and has to rely on his parents just to get by. He’s a deadbeat living with his parents and doesn’t see much hope for the future, he can’t even land a date. For his mother’s 70th birthday, he insists on hosting a party at a roof top garden restaurant, where his old crush, Eui-ju works. When a disaster strikes, covering an entire district in Seoul with mysterious white gas, he has to use all of his rock-climbing skills with the help of Eui-ju to get everyone to safety. What his mom once thought to be a useless skill soon turns out to be the group’s only hope for survival.

The film stars Cho Jung-Seok, Lim Yoona, Goh Doo-Shim, Park In-Hwan and Kim Ji-Young. Lee Sang-Geun makes his directorial debut on the film.