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Actor Park Hae-il revealed the reason why he was attracted to the detective character in the movie 'Decision to break up'.

At 3:30 pm (local time) in Cannes on the 24th (local time), Park Hae-il, who attended the media interview for the movie 'Decision to break up', said about the detective he played, 'Hae-jun', "The detective in Korean movies has a lot of rough and violent images, but Hae-joon. was different," he said.

Hae-il Park expressed his view that the character Hae-jun is projecting director Park Chan-wook.

He said, "I thought that most of Haejun's temperament was reflected in the director. So, while preparing for acting, I took a lot of reference to the director's appearance. Isn't Park Chan-wook the most gentleman among Korean directors? He always wears a suit on set." .

He continued, "Hae-jun also wears a suit to work, and wears sneakers to the scene of the incident. He likes his job and has a strong professional spirit. Also, he has manners and humor. Director Park Chan-wook is such a person."

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In the play, Hae-jun often puts artificial eye drops.

Also, there is a setting to wear clothes with 12 pockets on top and 6 pockets for trousers.

Regarding this, Park Hae-il said, "It was like a device to show as a new character. It's clothes that don't look light and can bring out the right thing when you need it. I thought that he was a friend who values ​​efficiency."

Although Park Hae-il appeared in 'Memories of Murder' (2003) when he was a rookie, he mentioned that he still hears about it because it is a work that has been famous for so long both at home and abroad.

He added, "To this day, people still ask, 'Are you the culprit in 'Memories of Murder'?'

'Decision to Break Up' is a movie about a detective Hae-jun (Park Hae-il), who is investigating a murder case in a mountain, meeting the wife of the deceased, Seo-rae (Tang Wei), and feeling suspicious and interested at the same time.

Park Hae-il takes on the role of 'Hae-jun', a detective who has a strange feeling for Seo-rae, a widow who he got to know about while investigating the murder case.

'Decision to break up', which was first released in the competition section of the Cannes Film Festival, will be released in Korea on June 29th.

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kim Ji-hye)