Interview Gong Yoo,

Interview Gong Yoo, "It was once do or die"

"Some say "Train to Busan" is a advertisement summer movie, yetI suspect otherwise. I presumed information technologyused to be a unhappyfilm when I first saw the scenario. As an individual in this society, I used to bein a positionto narrate to several portions of the motion picture and I am hoping the target audience terminate too".

"Train to Busan" is a film more or less a KTX train to Busan being swarmed with Zombies. It's miles directed via Yeon Sang-ho.

Gong Yoo plays a fund manager named Seok-woo. He does not take a moral sensein terms of success. He puts paintingsforward of circle of relatives and struggles to live to inform the tale in this boundlessglobal of competition. He even teaches his daughter to recall to mind herself more than others. However, he isn't such an ill-willed person. He shuts the door in a persons face whilst being chased by zombies, but he isbest doing that to be offeringcoverage to the weak. He also faces the zombies with his naked hands. A utterly unique thing about a crisis movie is that a definiteconsumer is installed an intense state of affairs and stripped naked. Director Yeon reflected the picture of our society like this. That is why Gong Yoo considers "Train to Busan" a movie with an identity.

There is notnumerous zombie videos in Korea, but it is very familiar abroad. "World War Z" in 2013 fee 2.165 trillion won to make. That's 20 times more than "Train to Busan". Or not it'sobtrusive that grievance is unavoidable by people who possess already evolvedtopcriteria for zombie movies. Still, Gong Yoo made up our minds to be in it because he changed into curious.

"I was curious how Yeon was going to make this happen. I also reputable his Director Yeon Sang-ho self assurance in his work because creating a zombie movie in Korea is a challenge".

Although he must've been nervous, the director's lead made him overlook about it and the Cannes Film Festival made him certain he did the proper thing. His personality was an ideal hit without stereotypes about the actor Gong Yoo and it was a touching moment for him. "Compared to Hollywood, it is not eve comparable. Each person at Cannes would have learned the movie was technically now not all there. However, technicality isn't verythe entire thingwhenever yourealize the base of the movie".

It's much more likely the audience would take to Ma Dong-seok, a macho guy who can beat the zombies with one punch. However, Gong Yoo says all of theimage is more important. "It could bevery important to stand out alone, but I do notwayanything else like that. I did not think Seok-ho was that flat. I shouldn't have done it if he was a hero".

Gong Yoo have becomea celebrity alongside the 2007 drama "Coffee Prince" and made it giant with the 2011 movie "The Crucible" and "The Suspect". This year, he's starring in "A Man and A Woman", "Train to Busan" and "The Age of Shadows".

"I am getting older, although when I glance back, I did not see much of my work. So I made a decision to amplify my resume and here I am. It was do or die for me and it took some timeto return to Earth. It feels excellentto grasp that I have been stated for what I do".