[INTERVIEW] Actress Park Min-yeong - Part 2 2010/12/01, Source, Park Min-yeong [Lee Jin-hyuk/10Asia]10: As happy as you were with your character, I'm sure there was a point where the role actually became comfortable for you. Park Min-yeong: From the third or fourth episode? That's when the acting became easier. I was still a bit lost during the first two episodes or so because I hadn't fully digested my role so I had to put in a conscious effort to control the tone of my voice or emotions but I started feeling comfortable after that. And the director and writer left a lot up to me to decide so I increasingly felt comfortable. Then at certain scenes, for example, where I realize that my father was reading to me instead of my brother, I immersed myself into the role to an uncontrollable point. 10: So that may be why but it seems like the Park Min-yeong we know has improved a lot as an actress as well. For example, it didn't seem like you cowered in the scene with veteran actor Kim Kap-soo. Park Min-yeong:Mr. Kim Kap-soo wasn't the godly senior actor I usually see him as when we shot that scene but just the high-ranking government official that he is in the drama. And Yoon-hee was someone who is always sure of herself,...More
[INTERVIEW] Actor Yoo Yeon-seok 2010/06/29, Source, Interview with actor Yoo Yeon-seok
Korean actor Yoo Yeon-seok [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
My name isYoo Yeon-seok. My real name is Ahn Yeon-seok but my agency suggested I go with another name because it sounds a bit weird. My mother's last name is Cho so I was going to go with Cho Yeon-seok but I felt that if I changed it I would only get supporting roles. And it would be weird if I called myself Joo Yeon-seok. (laugh) After thinking about it I changed it to Yoo Yeon-seok and plus it sounds good too. I was born on April 11, 1984. My father is a professor of selenodesy. I lived in Seoul until I was six years old and we moved to the South Gyeongsang Province because my dad was posted at a national university there,...More
4 episodes - Wed, Thu 21:55
Formerly known as "A-Shirt" (난닝구)
A sports mellow drama that draws out the desire to win the race. A story of youths who pick up the challenge of facing the cruel world with just a running shirt on their backs.
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