Actor Jin Sun-kyu shared how he was worried about his new villain role.
At 11 a.m. on August 16th, a production briefing session for the movie “Cooperation 2: International” (hereinafter referred to as “Cooperation 2”) was held at the Grand Ballroom of Conrad Hotel in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. Director Lee Seok-hoon, actors Hyun Bin, Yoo Hae-jin, Lim Yoon-ah, and Jin Sun-kyu attended the event.
Regarding his appearance in “Cooperation 2” as a new villain, Jin Sun-kyu said, “Since people already have a prejudice about my villain role in “The Outlaws”, I have been thinking about how to do another villain role, in terms of appearance and speech, in five years,” adding, “I just want it to look like what I thought, and I showed it to my wife because my role is totally different this time, but she asked me if my role was to be a chocolate mushroom. I thought she would say that I’m cool, but she called me a chocolate mushroom,” he said, drawing laughter.
He then said, “I enjoyed watching ‘Cooperation’ so much that I watched the second movie with much anticipation. The family story as well as the love triangle were so much fun to watch,” adding, “I willingly responded with a willingness to challenge a new villain character because I wanted to do it so much.”
Meanwhile, “Cooperation 2” is a film about the unpredictable triangular cooperation of North Korean detective Lim Chul-ryeong (Hyun Bin), South Korean detective Kang Jin-tae (Yoo Hae-jin), and a new face, overseas FBI agent Jack (Daniel Henney) who all participate for their own purposes.
Hyun Bin will return to the screen after four years as Lim Cheol-ryeong, an elite North Korean detective. Yoo Hae-jin plays the role of Kang Jin-tae, a South Korean detective. Lim Yoon-ah played the role of Park Min-young, a woman who always follows her straight-forward instinct, and Daniel Henney played the role of Jack, an agent from the FBI. Jin Sun-kyu plays Jang Myung-joon, the leader of a global crime organization.