As another reviewer stated, it's not bad to watch once. It has some elements that make it engaging, like some very well done CGI (particularly the super-power scenes) and an emotional score. Gong Yoo and Park Bo Gum both nail their roles, but the plot was lacking, and it failed to connect on an emotional level. The premise was interesting, but ultimately I was left feeling like what exactly was the point of the movie. I think the overall message of what it means to be human is decent, but I've seen it done better. I felt this was somewhat of a disappointment, as it had all the right elements but they somehow failed to impress. I think it was a decent watch but I wouldn't recommend it unless you are a huge fan of the lead actors and have nothing else to watch.
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Seo Bok tells the story of Ki Heon (Gong Yoo),a former intelligence agent who is terminally ill, given the task to safely transport Seo Bok (Bo-gum),who is the first human clone. Because the clone holds the secret to immortality, everyone is on the run to get their hands on him as to extract that secret. Ki Heon will do everything within his power to shield the clone from people with evil intentions.
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