He recently starred in the Korean film "Burning," which became available on Netflix this week.
"Netflix will be very fascinating. I know it's not necessarily meant for a younger audience, but I feel like it speaks really about the younger audience, so I'm really fascinated to see what the response is," the star said of the film in an interview with Decider published Monday.
"This film has always been an interesting one for me," he added.
"There was something about the way this movie came together -- and the serendipitous-ness of how I was involved -- often lent itself to this feeling of, 'This movie's meant to be found.' It's meant to be found on everyone else's singular terms in some way."
"Burning" is directed by Lee Chang-dong and co-stars Yoo Ah-in and Jeon Jong-seo.
The film is a psychological drama based on "Barn Burning" from The Elephant Vanishes by Haruki Murakami.
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