It has been a long wait but Sulli’s final project finally got a Netflix release date. “Persona: Sulli” is officially confirmed for its streaming premiere in November. 

“Persona: Sulli” Netflix Release Date Finally Revealed

Mystic Story, the production company, has officially announced the release of “Persona: Sulli”. The highly anticipated dual-part project is set to premiere in November. The global streaming release on Netflix will begin on November 13, featuring both a short drama film titled “4: Clean Island” and a comprehensive documentary film titled “Dear Jinri”.

“4: Clean Island” unfolds a captivating narrative centered around a unique pig at an unconventional immigration checkpoint. The short film follows the pig named 4 as it dreams of relocating to Clean Island, considered the purest place on Earth. However, it must first confess its sins to continue its journey.

The film stars Choi Jinri (Sulli), Hwang Miyoung, and Park Gabi, promising powerful performances that will leave a lasting impact. The script for “4: Clean Island” is penned by Kim Jihye, who is also renowned for her work in the film “Wish” and the drama “Lost”. The co-direction is managed by Hwang Soo-ah, a director with extensive experience in music videos and films, including “Why Did You Come to My House?”

Sulli Documentary Gets Netflix Release Date

The second part of “Persona: Sulli” is titled “Dear Jinri”. The documentary explores the life of Choi Jinri, offering an exploration of her journey as an actress and artist. It also delves into her thoughts, contemplations, and experiences throughout her 20s. The documentary features interviews that provide a unique and intimate perspective on Sulli’s life.

“Dear Jinri” is directed by Jung Yoon-suk, a highly acclaimed director with a presence at various film festivals. He is als known for his works, including “Non-Fiction Diary”, “Bamseom Pirates Seoul Inferno”, and “Eyebrows”.

Prior to its Netflix release date, “4: Clean Island” also had a limited screening at Laika Cinema in Seodaemun Gu, Seoul, in September. “Dear Jinri” was also invited to the Wide Angle Section’s Documentary Showcase at the 28th Busan International Film Festival where it had its world premiere.