Ryu Jun Yeol sat down for an interview on May 17 to speak about his new film “Believer.”
During his interview, Ryu Jun Yeol shared his expertise of working with the late Kim Joo Hyuk. The older actor had taken half within the film earlier than he passed away in 2017 in a tragic automobile accident. In “Believer,” Kim Joo Hyuk performs the position of drug lord Jin Ha Rim who controls the Asian drug market. Ryu Jun Yeol takes on the a part of Rock, a person who has been deserted by his drug cartel.
“I noticed him for a brief time period in ‘Believer,’ however he was a warm-hearted senior,” Ryu Jun Yeol mentioned. “He usually didn’t speak lots. No matter what I requested him, he at all times gave me a solution warmly.”
The actor Ryu Jun Yeol works with probably the most in “Believer” is Jo Jin Woong. He performs Won Ho, the detective who would do something to deliver down the drug cartel. As Won Ho groups up with Rock to succeed in this objective, the bromance between the 2 will add enjoyable to the film.
Regarding working with many skilled actors, Ryu Jun Yeol mentioned, “The senior actors had been appearing with a lot ardour that I used to be watching with my mouth open. I can often anticipate what sort of characters will seem once we learn the scripts collectively, however the senior actors stored it unexpectedly dry in the course of the script studying.” He continued, “When I noticed how ready they had been on set, I believed, ‘Ryu Jun Yeol, you’ve an extended solution to go.’ I believe the director was very happy with that sort of factor.”
“Believer” premieres in theaters on May 22.