It depicts the last unforgettable year of An Jung Geun, who died after killing Ito Hirobumi in Harbin in October 1909, from when he was preparing to die to when he met his death.
The audience’s praise relay is continuing for Kim Go Eun, who played “Seol Hee”, the last court lady of Joseon and an informant for the independence army. Kim Go Eun, who portrayed the complex emotions of an informant who has to carry out her secret mission while hiding her identity, is drawing hot responses by digesting deep emotional acting and singing at the same time based on her excellent singing ability.
Kim Go Eun performed 3 solo songs, from “Your Majesty, I Remember You”, “What Is This Feeling” to “My dream for you”.
In particular, Kim Go Eun’s effort behind perfect live scenes is even more impressive. She shared, “I took lessons hard to digest three very difficult songs. I tried to convey Seol Hee’s intense emotions through songs.”
Meanwhile, the full video of “Your Majesty, I Remember You”, which was released thanks to the audience’s favorable reviews, doubled the movie’s touching feelings.
Based on the hit stage musical of the same name, “Hero” follows the true story of Korean-independence activist An Jung Geun. It is firmly holding the top of the Korean film box office with high satisfaction from the audience regardless of generation.