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Jung Yu-mi "'Train to Busan' a commercial film with money spent properly. No redundant parts"

2016/07/13 | 1006 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Yu-mi said she was getting curious about what the audience reaction would be to "Train to Busan".

Jung Yu-mi revealed her affection with the movie when having an interview with Newsen at a café in Samcheong-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul.

Jung Yu-mi said, "When talking about success of a movie, independence movies have their own shares of audience and commercial films are produced for majority of people to watch. I'll be basically happy more people will come and watch my movie" and "I used to focus on acting my role primarily. Didn't care about success much. Also I thought it's not the part I could do something about. But, I'm curious about the audience reaction about "Train to Busan" this time".

And Jung Yu-mi revealed her confidence about the movie saying, ""Train to Busan" is a movie that spent money properly. It's a movie without any redundant parts" and "I believe I contributed to the merit".

The blockbuster movie "Train to Busan" is opening soon on July 20th.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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