Han Seoul-Oh , played by actor Sung Kang, is one of the most beloved characters in the franchise of “Fast & Furious” . His death in “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” left fans shattered; However, he will be back in “Fast and Furious 9” (“Fast and Furious 9”), a film that will hit theaters on April 2, 2021, one of the most anticipated releases of next year.
The penultimate installment of the original saga will mark the return of several classic characters from the team of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). In addition to the participation of John Cena as the antagonist, another important detail for viewers is the reappearance of Han, who is supposed to have died. Its appearance in “F9” has awakened all kinds of theories and speculations.
In the first trailer of “F9” we saw that Han introduced himself to the whole group, without Nobody can believe it, except for Diesel’s character, who gives him a big welcome hug. This provoked the joy and doubts of the fans. How did you survive the events of “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift”? What does his return mean?
The truth is the reappearance of Han Lue (Sung Kang) has renewed interest in the character and his entire story arc within the franchise “Fast & Furious”. According to the “Screenrant” website, the original idea of the character was very different from what we have seen on screens.