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Everything You Need To Know About Gong Yoo And Park Bo Gum’s Sci-Fi Film, ‘Seo Bok’

It’s the first Korean movie about human cloning.

Gong Yoo and Park Bo Gum fans, mark your calendars: The sci-fi film Seo Bok is set to premiere in South Korea in December this year!


The story revolves around Ki Heon (Gong Yoo), a former intelligence agent who discovers the first human clone named Seo Bok (Park Bo Gum). Several groups are on the hunt for the clone, and Ki Heon gets entangled in danger while
 protecting Seo Bok. Joining him is Chief Ahn (Jo Woo Jin), who hides Seo Bok from the public. The movie is the first Korean film about human cloning.

CJ Entertainment, the film's production company, just released new movie posters, and they already gave us the chills. We mean, what DO you do when you meet a human clone?!

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Ki Heon is seen here caught up in a range of emotions, with the text that reads: “He lives in the present.”

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While Seo Bok’s silhouette adds more mystery to his already mysterious character, along with the text “Live forever.”

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In a magazine interview, Bo Gum shared that his character’s name translates to "living peacefully for a long time.” “It’s a film that allows us to think about the dignity of humanity, and it carries the message that humans shouldn’t become overly ambitious. It also allows us to think about the advancement of life science technologies.”

Seo Bok is Bo Gum’s first film after four years. The actor is currently serving in the military, but has left his fans with a slew of projects to look foward to, including: K-drama Record Of Youth with Park So Dam, and another film with Gong Yoo entitled Wonderland, where Choi Woo Shik and Bae Suzy are also confirmed to join.

Meanwhile, Gong Yoo has recently reunited with the Coffee Prince cast in a documentary, and will lead in the Netflix Original series, The Sea of Silence starring Bae Doona and Lee Joo In. He will also make a special appearance in Netflix’s Squid Game.

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The film is scheduled to hit South Korean theaters in December, but fingers crossed we also get a chance to catch it in the Philippines! Here are Gong Yoo and Bo Gum inviting us all to watch Seo Bok (you bet we will):

And here's the first trailer for the movie!

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