|▲ 'Long Live the King' Kim Rae-won (Photo=Megabox Center PlusM)|
[Zenith News=Jieun Oh] Actor Kim Rae-won from the movie 'Long Live the King' expressed his feelings about watching the movie.
Actor Kim Rae-won and Zenith News met for an interview for the movie 'Long Live the King' at a cafe in Palpan-dong, Jungu, Seoul on the 5th.
'Long Live the King' is a lively mind-twisting movie where big boss Jang Se-chul (played by Kim Rae-won), who suddenly became a civic hero in an accidental incident, is running for a parliamentary seat to change the world.
In the movie, Kim Rae-won played Jang Se-chul, who is reborn as a hero from Mokpo's largest criminal organization boss and is running for a parliamentary seat.
When we asked about his satisfaction with the movie, Kim Rae-won said, "I saw the movie for the first time during the press conference and enjoyed it. I think the director's intention was well revealed."
Kim Rae-won also mentioned the ending of 'Long Live the King' on the same day. The ending of 'Long Live the King' features all actors, including Jin Sun-kyu and Choi Gwi-hwa, singing together.
Kim Rae-won said, "It was the director's suggestion. I didn't approve. I opposed it, but I wondered how it would come out because the director said he was going to do it."
He added, "I had no idea how I filmed the ending scene. I watched that for the first time at the press preview," adding, "It's the part where I didn't know Jin Sun-kyu and Choi Gwi-hwa sang too."
'Long Live the King' will be released on the 19th.
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