Kim Soo-hyun talks about his new action film 'Real'

South Korean heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun's new action film "Real" had a special public showcase at a Seoul university on May 31.

The movie about enormous secrets and conspiracies of two men over Asia's largest casino has drawn much anticipation from Kim's fans for being his first film in four years since "Secretly Greatly."

In the action noir directed by Lee Sa-rang, Kim plays Jang Tae-young, the boss of a crime organization. It also stars Sung Dong-il, Lee Sung-min and Choi Jin-ri, better known as K-pop girl group f(x)'s former member Sulli, and Jo Woo-jin.

Three members of the main cast -- Kim Soo-hyun, Sung Dong-il and Choi Jin-ri -- talked about their new film and had special time with their fans during the event at the New Millennium Hall of Seoul's Sungkyunkwan University.

According to the movies' producers, Sulli will be taking a shot at an rated R scene with co-star Kim Soo Hyun.

The idol actress has quite a bit of acting experience as she was a child star. However, this is the first time she is filming a bed scene.

'Real' has gained tremendous attention even before filming due to its cast, and also because it is the last film before Kim Soo Hyun enlists in the military. In addition, the news of the bed scene has drawn even more attention.