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"Burning" Is Yoo Ah-in's Ignition Point

2018/04/30 | 366 views | Permalink | Source

The movie "Burning" is made up of talents like Yoo Ah-in, Steven Yeun and director Lee Chang-dong.

Yoo Ah-in, who is a leading actor in the Korean fill industry with several hitssuch as "Punch", "The Throne" and "Veteran", stars in "Burning" as Jong-soo who struggles to solve the mystery surrounding the woman he loves. His performance is powerful and steady.

Yoo Ah-in's focus on character of Jong-soo is impressive. He brought out the best in his character and proved that he was the right one for director Lee Chang-dong's latest work.

Steven Yeun starred in the American drama series "Walking Dead", and in "Burning" he goes through a massive transformation. He plays Ben, a funny and intelligent man of mystery. Steven has a solid fan base not only in America, but in Korea as well ,and he says that he is Lee Chang-dong's fan.

He decided he needed this role as soon as he read the script as it was something he'd never done before.

Meanwhile, Hae-mi is played by a rookie named Jun Jong-seo who is an highly anticipated character.

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