The film “Seo Bok” (literal title) is about Ki Heon (performed by Gong Yoo), a former intelligence agent who helps mankind’s first human clone Seo Bok (performed by Park Bo Gum) and turns into caught up in harmful incidents involving a number of forces who goal to take the clone for themselves.
On prime of lately releasing a primary trailer, the movie has additionally shared its first nonetheless images.
Ki Heon is charged together with his remaining mission—one he can’t refuse—by Jo Woo Jin’s character, who’s a fellow intelligence agent. Ki Heon should make sure the secure transport of the clone Seo Bok, who was created via a top-secret challenge and is immortal. Seo Bok has lived his complete life in a laboratory underneath the safety of Doctor Im Se Eun (performed by Jang Young Nam).
After observing Seo Bok via a window, Ki Heon begins his particular mission of accompanying the clone, and so they immediately discover themselves underneath assault. Ki Heon instantly overpowers the unidentified assailant, and he holds up his gun whereas Seo Bok sits subsequent to him with a clean look on his face.
Movie lovers are questioning what is going to occur to this pair as they try and make the perilous journey whereas being pursued by many alternative forces who’d do something to get their fingers on the clone.
Fans can’t wait to see Gong Yoo tackle this function after establishing himself as a must-see actor via tasks resembling “Goblin,” “Train to Busan,” “Silenced,” “Kim Ji Young: Born 1982,” and extra. There’s additionally a lot pleasure surrounding Park Bo Gum’s return to the massive display 5 years after his efficiency in “Coinlocker Girl,” with this being his first main function in a movie. The actor has made a reputation for himself via dramas together with “Encounter,” “Love in the Moonlight,” “Reply 1988,” and extra.
The two stars are supported by a gifted forged together with Jo Woo Jin, Jang Young Nam, and Park Byung Eun. The movie is described as the primary Korean film to take care of the subject of human clones, and it guarantees refreshing characters, extraordinary spectacles, and an emotional “bromance” between the 2 characters with very completely different personalities.
“Seo Bok” will hit theaters in Korea in December.
Catch Gong Yoo in “Train to Busan” beneath:
And watch Park Bo Gum in “Encounter” right here:
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