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'Chronicles of Evil' Park Seo-joon, "I as an actor got greedy with the character"

2015/05/06 | 939 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Seo-joon talked about the reason why he chose "Chronicles of Evil' as his first screen challenge.

Park Seo-joon attended the press conference for 'Chronicles of Evil' at CGV Wangshipri, Seoul on May 6th and he said, "I try to participate in a project I can have fun with. I choose the role if I find it interesting" and "When I read the script of 'Chronicles of Evil', it was really fun".

"And then I got greedy with the character. There are not many movie projects available for actors of my age. I thought the character will give many opportunities as an actor" and "I'm not sure how viewers will take it. But I'm anticipating because I will be able to show the different sides of me", said he.

Park Seo-joon will make his first challenge on screen with his role, the youngest officer, Cha Dong-jae, who gets to suspect Chief officer Choi (Son Hyun-joo) in 'Chronicles of Evil'.

The movie 'Chronicles of Evil' is a thriller about the elite police officer, Chief officer Choi, who commits a murder right before he is about to be advanced through a special promotion and gets involved in a crime with a larger scale when he is put in charge of the murder case he himself committed and tries to cover it up. It will be released on May 14th.

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