‘Reply 1988’ Ryu Jun Yeol Spreads His Career to Movie Industry Through A Movie

Actor Ryu Jun Yeol makes a tremendous growth.

Ryu Jun Yeol received a lot of love through the tvN drama ‘Reply 1988’ as ‘Jung Hwan’, an interesting role with a tsundere charm.

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Since then, through the first commercial film ‘The King’, he acted as ‘Choi Doo Il’, with actor Jo In Sung, Jung Woo Sung, and other actors who showed their unparalleled presence among prominent seniors and helped make this film shines even brighter. The Jeolla-do dialect also appears spontaneously.

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‘Choi Doo Il’ is a cold-blooded person who is really serious in exercising. Ryu Jun Yeol has gained recognition that he created another character after Jung Hwan through his role in the movie.

So he returned to the screen with ‘A Taxi Driver’. In ‘A Taxi Driver’, Ryu Jun Yeol plays a role as ‘Goo Jae Sik’ a student in Gwangju who has many dreams. ‘Goo Jae Sik’ is a twenty-two-year-old Gwangju regular student who dreams of going to a college music festival. He is the only protester who can speak English. He travels along with ‘Man Sub’ (Song Gang Ho) cab that he met by chance, helping to protect Peter (Thomas Kretschmann).

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Ryu Jun Yeol brought laughter with a friendly and cheerful figure who did not lose laughter even in the dire situation in the ‘A Taxi Driver’, but he left more impression to the people of Gwangju at that time.

Ryu Jun Yeol is still continuing his career in Chungmu. Started with ‘Little Forest’, until ‘Money’, he did it one by one. Moreover, there are rumors that Ryu Jun Yeol will create other captivating characters in addition to both works. It is expected that actor Ryu Jun Yeol will continue his acting career like this in the future as well.

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