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Ryoo Seung-bum, "I want to make a movie with Choi Min-sik"

2013/02/24 | Permalink | Source

Ryoo Seung-bum expressed that he would like to make a movie with Choi Min-sik.

At the 'Conversation with the Crowd' event during a "The Berlin File" preview on the 23rd, Ryoo Seung-bum was asked when he would do an adult rated passion mellow. He answered, "I like romance in movies. I like watching them and I have that kind of emotion. I am waiting for someone to be curious about me".

When he asked who he would like to work with he said, "What about a gay movie?" and the crowd mentioned names like, Ha Jung-woo and Hwang Jung-min.

Ryoo Seung-bum then mentioned, "Choi Min-sik is apparently dreaming of a passionate romance movie. If we both never get a chance to make a mellow movie, then might as well make a passionate romance".

"The Berlin File" is currently running for a record of 7 million audiences.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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