I really like this special memory of Jeon Yeobin
A pictorial featuring the moments of actor Jeon Yeo-bin’s Cannes International Film Festival has been released.
On the 16th, Jeon Yeo-bin captured a cinematic moment through a pictorial with the magazine Marie Claire. The movie “Spider House,” which was invited to the official non-competition section of the 76th Cannes International Film Festival, depicts what happens in the 1970s when Kim believes that the ending of the movie “Spider House” will be a masterpiece. In the drama, Jeon Yeo-bin played the role of Shin Mi-do, the heiress of Shin Sung-pil, who pushed for the re-shooting of “Spider’s House,” believing only what director Kim (Song Kang-ho) said.
Under the theme of Days and Nights in Cannes, the released pictorial captures Jeon Yeo-bin’s moment of melting into the Cannes Film Festival. From her walking through the streets of Cannes’ cafe to the red carpet ahead of the World Premiere. A movie and glorious moment has been captured. In particular, Jeon Yeo-bin’s unique mysterious eyes, facial expressions, and poses capture the eyes of viewers by showing elegant and colorful charms
When asked how to remember this moment in the distant future in an interview with a pictorial, he said, “I always realize this while doing this, but I don’t do it alone.” That the best of countless people creates something. And the best thing about that is the aspiration of many beings. As I always think, I decided to be a part of a good movie again. I love this job. “I just want to try as hard as I like it,” he said, recalling the moment. When asked what kind of movie the movie “Spider’s House” he understood, he said, “It’s a movie that threw this topic at me. What is a movie, why do you love it, and what action will you take when you are struggling at the boundary between the ideal and the reality that the individual pursues? So what is the reason? There’s no clear answer. Even if it was a midsummer night’s dream, would you miss that dreamy night? If being alive is probably a dream all day, shouldn’t I dream enough of that midsummer night?”