Park Bo Gum played the role of the first humanoid “Seobok” who spent the rest of his life in a laboratory, with no knowledge of the outside world. Seobok, named after Xu Fu, who was sent to seek immortality during the Chinese Empire, is an immortal man with eternal life, and the proteins in his spinal cord have the power to cure all human ailments.
When this precious human being needs to be moved from the lab where he lives to another safe place.Former Intelligence Agent “Gi Heon” Gong Yoo stars as former Agent Gi Heon, who suffers from some mental illness due to an accident and an incurable disease.
He plans to retire as an intelligence agent, but has been given an undeniable secret mission. The first task is to protect the first human clone, Seobok, from harm to safety.Other organizations that will try to intercept Seobok along the way.
A person with a disease that can die at any time with a human being who will live forever without knowing the law of death. How can the two of them overcome obstacles with a bleak future? Is Seobok the savior of the world? Or who will endanger the world? What about the relationship between a human being, Gi Heon, and a non-human AI Seobok?
Let’s take a look at Korea’s first human clone film “Seobok” directed by Lee Yong Ju with a budget of USD 14.3 million! In addition to the charm of the story, the film also features the bromance of two biggest stars, Gong Yoo and Park Bo Gum. Review by Park Bo Gum Myanmar FC