Actor Gong Myung became unexpectedly emotional at a recent screening of his hit movie “Extreme Job”!
On February 10, the stars of the comedy film “Extreme Job” attended a special showing of the movie at a theater in Seoul. The film, which also stars Ryu Seung Ryong, Honey Lee, Jin Sun Kyu, and Lee Dong Hwi, recently made box office history by setting a new record for the highest ticket sales ever achieved by any Korean comedy film in history.
At the screening, the cast shared their thoughts on the record-breaking success of the film, which is still going strong at the Korean box office. After seeing his co-star Lee Dong Hwi tear up during his remarks, Gong Myung was unable to stop himself from bursting into tears as well.
Although he turned away and hid his face as he attempted to stop crying, Gong Myung became so emotional that he found himself struggling to form words when it was his turn to speak. As Gong Myung’s co-stars affectionately comforted him, Lee Dong Hwi jokingly told the audience, “I’m really sorry to anyone who happens to be in a hurry tonight.” Gong Myung tearfully agreed, “I’m really sorry.”
He went on, “Thank you so much. I’m so happy that our film did so well and that we were able to greet you on stage for such a long period of time. Because we received so much love, I will continue to work hard in the future and become an actor that gives people love as well. Thank you.”
Check out a fan-taken video of Gong Myung’s emotional remarks below!
— 공명하다 (@be_gongmyoung) February 10, 2019
“Extreme Job” is a comedy film about a five-member squad of detectives who go undercover to bust an organized drug ring. However, things go awry when the fried chicken restaurant that they set up as a front for their investigations becomes unexpectedly popular.
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