‘Mission Possible’ Kim Young-kwang “Comic action? It wasn’t burdensome”

[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]

‘Mission Possible’ Kim Young-kwang revealed his thoughts on acting comics.

On the afternoon of the 8th, a premiere of the movie ‘Mission Possible’ and an online conference were held at the entrance of Lotte Cinema Konkuk University in Seoul. Due to the COVID-19, the meeting was broadcast live, and director Kim Hyung-ju and actor Kim Young-kwang and Lee Sun-bin participated.

Kim Young-kwang said, “I wasn’t burdened with comic acting. The scenario was fun and I could just express it as it is. It was fun in the field.”

“In a scene where there is usually a comic in the beginning of the filming, the staff laugh when acting in front, but at the beginning they didn’t laugh a lot, so I made a laugh from the mid-to-late half through ad lib. It wasn’t burdensome, and I tried a lot to be funny.”

‘Mission Possible’ depicts a dizzying comical action in which Yoo Da-hee, a secret agent who is full of passion and excellence and Woo Su-han, the president of a prepaid post-payment detective agency, cooperates strategically to resolve the arms trafficking case. Screened on the 17th.


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