Ryoo, Ko promote their new heist flick

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Ryoo, Ko promote their new heist flick


Actor Ryoo Seung-bum and actress Ko Joon-hee attended a press conference for their soon-to-be-released film, “My Intimate Enemies,” on Thursday at the Apgujeong CGV in southern Seoul.

The film, to be released June 25, stars Ryoo and Ko along with actress Ryu Hyun-kyung and actor and entertainer Sam Ochiri.

“I feel really nervous and surprised about my comeback,” said Ryoo, who last starred in “The Berlin File” two years ago. “While I didn’t appear on screen, I visited various places and had a number of diverse experiences over the past two years.”

The upcoming thriller revolves around a man (Ryoo) and woman (Ko) who one day discover a bag filled with cash. Deciding to keep the money for themselves to root out corporate corruption, they soon find themselves involved with a criminal gang.

Ryoo debuted in 2000 in the film “Die Bad,” and since then, the 34-year-old has continuously pursued acting roles, mostly on the silver screen. Some of his most well-known projects include “Conduct Zero” (2002), “Crying Fist” (2005) and “Over My Dead Body” (2012).

By Jin Min-ji
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