Thanks to the quality of his role with Song Hye Kyo in the Korean drama, "Encounter," Park Bo Gum will again greet fans through the big screen. He is confirmed to have a new role in the movie "Seo Bok." It is important to note that Park last appeared in the film Coin Locker Girl, which released in 2015. He debuted on the big screen in the film, “Blind (2011)." The following year, he also played a role in Cop Runway films. In 2014, Park Bo Gum played an important role in two films, "A Hard Day" and "The Admiral: Roaring Currents." Director Lee successfully convinced Park to work with him for the movie after several revisions to the script, reports Hellokpop.

Park has already gained various accolades for his diverse range of roles in both television and film and by the age young of 25.

New movie

Park will collaborate with veteran actor Gong Yoo. For lovers of Korean films and dramas, actor Gong Yoo is no stranger. His work in the South Korean entertainment industry has been very popular. To those who still don't know, Gong Yoo was the lead actor in the movie "Train to Busan." At a young age, Gong Yoo even managed to play a role in the Korean drama, "Goblin," that aired towards the end of 2016.

Park Bo Gum managed to conquer the hearts of viewers in the Korean television drama, "Encounter." The actor has worked with Song Hye Kyo in this TV show. This romantic drama tells the story of age and love.

"Encounter" has been a huge hit in South Korea. The chemistry between him and Song Hye Kyo even looked very real. Park has got a lot of praise for his acting in this show.

Story of the movie

The thrilling action film revolves around the story involving Seo Bok (Park Bo Gum), the first clone in the modern world and the secret holder of immortal eternal life.

Stories suggest that every powerful person wants to have Seo Bok. On the other hand, Ki Hyun (Gong Yoo) - a newly diagnosed former intelligence officer who is no longer alive - is accidentally caught in a dangerous quest and becomes Seo Bok's reluctant companion. Because of such a special status, Ki Heon and Seo Bok repeatedly fell into danger.

"Seo Bok" is based on the Chinese fable, "Xu Fu." The film marks the return of director and screenwriter Lee Yong Joo after "Architecture 101." The shooting of the movie will start in April 2019. According to Soompi, this will be the first time a Korean film centers around human cloning. So the anticipation is already high for the upcoming film. The official release date of the film has not yet been confirmed.