[Trans/Scans] Changmin’s Drama Interview with Yeo Ui Joo, Director’s Comments, from JP Magzine 「Motto shiritai! Korean TV drama」 – vol.70

 

 

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Interviews:

 

Changmin’s Interview

 

Q: The thing that you put the most focus on when you chose this work?

A: I wanted to be in a drama before I enlisted, so I looked over a lot of works. Among those, “Scholar Who Walks the Night” had a lot of fans of the original webtoon, everyone said it was fun, and the synopsis was great too. Also, the character Yoon himself was very fun and very versatile, so I decided to act in it. Continue reading

[Trans] 150606 Yunho and Kim Heung Soo (the King from NWJ)’s Interview with JP Magazine 「Motto shiritai! Korean TV drama」 (Released 150605)

this’s from an interview of both Yunho and  Kim Heung Soo, the actor who acted the King (Kisangun) in the Night Watchman’s Journal, with the Japanese Magazine 「Motto shiritai! Korean TV drama」 (I want to know more! Korean TV DRAMA):

 


 

 

Yunho’s Interview:

 

-Are you the type to quickly shed your character once the drama ends?

Although TVXQ’s tour began soon after the drama ended, I couldn’t get out of Mooseok easily. That’s because he and I had a lot in common personality-wise, and I came to respect how he always stayed true to his beliefs by acting him out. So it took me time to shed myself of him. It wasn’t like this for other dramas. Right after the drama ended. I continued speaking in Mooseok’s brusque, stiff tone.

 

 

-How do you envision yourself in your thirties? Continue reading