'Criminal City 3' Ahn Se-ho, "The moment I met eyes while acting with Lee Jun-hyeok was the happiest... It's a song"
'Criminal City 3' Ahn Se-ho, "The moment I met eyes while acting with Lee Jun-hyeok was the happiest... It's a song"
Actor Ahn Se-ho revealed a Q&A related to the movie 'Sin City 3'.

In the movie 'Criminal City 3', irreplaceable monster detective Ma Seok-do (Ma Dong-seok) moves to Gwangsu University in Seoul, and Joo Seong-cheol (Lee Jun-hyuk), who is behind a new drug crime case, and another villain, Ricky (Aoki Munetaka), are involved in a drug case. ), the film depicts an exhilarating crime-fighting operation to catch a criminal, and has been running strong at the box office since its release on May 31st.

Among them, Ahn Se-ho, who was cast in the role of Yakuza Tomo after breaking through a competition rate of about 1,000 to 1, is also gaining a lot of attention. The tension between the two villains not only gave a breathtaking tension, but also showed the essence of a scene stealer by perfectly digesting the Yakuza character enough to be mistaken for a real Japanese.

Ahn Se-ho, who gave a strong impact with unmatchable charisma every time he appeared, and dominated the screen with a tight performance, delivered a behind-the-scenes story through Q&A, from his impressions of watching 'Criminal City 3' to his thanks to the audience.Ahn Se-ho's Q&A in 'Crime City 3'Q. How did you feel watching the movie in the theater?

Ahn Se-ho: The first time I saw it, I was so nervous that I couldn't concentrate on the scene where I appeared. (Laughter) In another scene, I watched while eating popcorn leisurely.

Q. What was the most impressive scene?

Ahn Se-ho: The scene where Joo Seong-cheol comes to the office and attacks and threatens Tomo is the most memorable. Before filming, I discussed various situations with actor Lee Joon-hyeok and prepared for many cases. I think that scene came out better thanks to that preparation process. (Laughter) Also, there was a moment when I met actor Lee Jun-hyeok's eyes while filming, and it seemed like we were able to communicate without talking. Those moments seem to be the happiest moments when working as an actor.

Q. This is your first time acting in Japanese, were there any difficulties?

Ahn Se-ho: Choo Seong-hoon was Tomo’s role model. Since I was a big fan of 'The Return of Superman', I was already familiar with the nuances and accents of the Chinese language. On the other hand, I did not know how to speak Japanese at all, but the guidance of the Japanese teacher was the most important. I put up Japanese lines next to the washing machine next to the water purifier at home, and memorized the lines whenever I had time to drink water and do laundry. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Seonghun Choo and my Japanese teacher.

Q. How was the atmosphere on set?

Ahn Se-ho: The atmosphere on set was very good. The actors, staff, and production team all lived comfortably like friends, and it was a warm scene full of consideration. Senior Ma Dong-seok's consideration, manners, and personality seem to have played the biggest role in creating such an atmosphere. I also want to say thank you to my seniors once again.

Q. Greetings to the audience who visited the theater and who will visit it

Ahn Se-ho: I'll tell you in a short and starving version of Tomo. It's really very, very, very, very sad.
Jiye Choi, staff reporter at TenAsia wisdomart@tenasia.co.kr translated by google