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"Revivre" Kim Gyu-ri, "The scenario needed exposure"

2015/03/17 | 654 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Gyu-ri mentioned the 'exposure' in "Revivre".

She attended the media day event of movie "Revivre" on the 17th at Lotte Cinema and said she felt pressured by the exposure scene.

"Revivre" is the story of a man stuck between his dying wife and a younger woman. Kim Gyu-ri plays Choo Eun-joo who mesmerizes Oh Sang-moo (Ahn Sung-ki) and appears in his imagination without a single piece of clothing on her.

Kim Gyu-ri said, "I asked if I could even use a blanket but the scenario required it". About wearing tight clothes throughout the movie, she said, "I emphasized my body on purpose. We used the lighting to make me look extra glamorous".

Kim Gyu-ri met Im Kwon-taek for the first time in 2004 with "Low Life". His impression of her was 'feminine'. She turned that thought around by sports dancing at the opening of the 18th Busan International Festival in 2013.

Producer Im says, "I watched the show not knowing it was Kim Gyu-ri and I also felt she had sex appeal. I think she blends well with the character in the movie".

"Revivre" is based on the original novel by Kim Hoon and will be released on the 9th of April.

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