Mogadishu Jo In-sung, I’m looking forward to his 40s. I’m afraid he can’t act.
Actor Cho In-sung (39) expressed his unusual thoughts on the movie “Mogadishu,” heralding a new life character.
Cho In-sung conducted an online video interview on the morning of the 27th. It has revealed various episodes ahead of the release of its new film “Mogadishu” (director Ryu Seung-wan) tomorrow (28th).
Based on a true story, “Mogadishu” is a film about the escape of people isolated by civil war in Mogadishu, Somalia’s capital, in 1991. Before the coronavirus 19, Morocco hosted a 100 percent location, capturing exotic scenery.
Jo In-sung made his comeback on the screen three years after “The Great Battle” in 2018. He, who has been loved by audiences by guaranteeing success in every work he appears in such as “The King” (2017) and “An Si-sung,” breathes fresh breath into the play with director Ryu Seung-wan and director Kim Yoon-seok in “Mogadishu.”
Jo In-sung played the role of Kang Dae-jin in the play. Kang Dae-jin, a former South Korean official at the South Korean Embassy in Somalia, is a character who monitors and manages embassy employees. He is a quick-witted person who keeps embassy employees in check and knows when to cooperate. When everyone is confused in isolation, they seek safety with sharp judgment and burn their will to escape with flame-like drive.
Regarding the release of “Mogadishu” on July 28th, Jo In-sung said, “I really didn’t expect it to be released on my birthday. I think it will be a more special movie because it will be released on my birthday. Above all, I think my parents will like it.
He also said how he felt as the number one reservation rate has already reached the top of the list. “I’m grateful for everything,” Cho In-sung said. “I’m just grateful that you’re looking forward to it despite the bad situation,” he said humbly.
Regarding the role of Kang Dae-jin, he said, “I hope I can breathe well.” “I wanted to be a person who could catch my breath a little because the movie was heavy and the situation was extreme.”
How was his first work with Ryu Seung-wan? Jo In-sung said, “Mogadishu” was possible because it was the power of Korean films and director Ryu Seung-wan. I think director Ryu Seung-wan’s strength was the result of his long experience, judgment by experience, and open ears. “The director is a person who only cares about movies.”
Jo In-sung, who is also working on director Ryu Seung-wan’s next film “Mil-su” through ties to “Mogadishu.” “I didn’t even see the scenario properly,” he said of his appearance in “The Smuggling.” The director gave me an offer that I couldn’t refuse, how I knew the free time. He said, “Are you free?” And I said, “OK,” and he gave me a glimpse of his strong trust.