The supporting cast of “Phantom,” including Kim Jong Soo, Lee Joo Young, Kim Joong Hee, and Kim Hyung Seo (Bibi), is on a rise.
Director Lee Hae Young, the director of the unrivaled strong film “Believer”, is back! Amid the media and audience’s rave reviews about the tight development and stormy action scenes, the movie “Phantom”‘s casting is also a hot topic. Not only the main actors such as Seol Kyung Gu, Honey Lee, Park So Dam, Park Hae Soo, Seo Hyun Woo, but also the supporting actors Kim Jong Soo, Lee Joo Young, Kim Joong Hee, and Kim Hyung Seo (Bibi) are gathering attention with their crazy presence.
First of all, Kim Jong Soo, who made everyone laugh as the owner of the chicken restaurant in “Extreme Job”, played the role of a projectionist at the theater’s Golden Hall, who delivers the commands of the “Phantom.” In “1987”, Kim Jong Soo played Park Jong Chul’s father. His perfect performance, with his own deep acting skills in any movie or drama, was highly praised by many. What’s encouraging is that the width and depth of his acting keep getting bigger and deeper day by day.
Along with Kim Jong-soo, actor Lee Joo Young, another actor who viewers should pay attention to, appeared as an employee of the Golden Hall ticket office who helps with the Phantoms’ operations. She, who caught the audience’s attention with her unique style and character in “Samjin Company English Class” and “Believer,” is in charge of the plot twist in “Phantom”.
“Phantom” also stars actor Kim Joong Hee, who has been very busy this year. He previously played a Japanese detective in the movie “Hero” and a serial killer in the drama “Through the Darkness”, giving a gruesome performance. In “Phantom”, he takes on the role of a bowstring of tension between his former superior Junji (Sol Kyung Gu) and his new superior Kaito (Park Hae Soo). He is a key figure in showing the confrontation and competition between Junji, who is suspected of being a “ghost,” and Kaito, who is at the opposite point.
Finally, Kim Hyung Seo (Bibi), who leaves a deep impression with just a short appearance in “Phantom”, cannot be left out. She plays the secretary of the Chief of Government Administration, the new secretary replacing Yuriko (Park So Dam), who was imprisoned in a hotel for being suspected of being a ghost. As a versatile artist capable of rapping, singing, writing lyrics, and composing, Bibi has also shown her potential in acting.
If you want to check out the acting performance of these four supporting actors, watch “Phantom” right away. The film premiered on January 18th and is gaining rave reviews.
Source: Feel Da Movie