Lee Jong-suk Asked a Film Director of 'V.I.P.' for an Opportunity
Jul 31, 2017
Korean actor Lee Jong-suk showed his attachment toward his movie 'V.I.P.'.
On July 31st at 'V.I.P.' movie premiere, Lee Jong-suk revealed, "After asking around for a V.I.P. scenario, I have contacted V.I.P. film director that I wanted to take part in the movie."
Actor Lee Jong-suk continued, "I wanted to be in the movies sometime, although I know that I do not have the good looks like other actors."
The movie 'V.I.P.' depicts the story of North Korean official's son, who becomes a prime suspect of a serial murder case. Thus, South Korea's special investigation unit, North Korea's secret agency, CIA and as well as NIS work together to catch him.
Lee Jong-suk will play the role of the official's son Kwang II, and will transform into a villain later in the movie. It is his first time playing as a villain.
The movie will be released on August 24th.
(Credit= SBS funE)