bar_progress
[AD]

아시아경제 최신 기획이슈

[PHOTO] Yeon Woo-jin: It felt like a watercolor painting that used a lot of water

최종수정 2012.03.14 23:07 기사입력 2012.03.14 23:07

댓글쓰기

Yeon Woo-jin [Lee Jin-hyuk/10Asia]

Yeon Woo-jin [Lee Jin-hyuk/10Asia]


"I have also made it clear that I wanted to star in a light melodrama. I just got that feeling right when I read the synopsis for 'Ordinary Love.' It's kind of like how the feelings flow like a watercolor painting and it's not too provocative or too modern. My biggest concern was how I could express of Jae-kwang and Yoon-hye falling in love, whether the two fell in love at first sight or gradually began to love each other. And I couldn't find that point in the script either because the tone of the conversation was consistent. I think Jae-kwang began to have interest in Yoon-hye when they first went to Jeonju. He was curious about the woman who almost drowned seven years ago and that was the starting point of his romantic feelings. I also thought it was a good idea to approach Jae-kwang as someone who tried to stray away from showing the hidden parts of himself when he is with Yoon-hye. Ah, but that was the most difficult part. The problem wasn't that we didn't shoot the scenes in order but it was trying to create the flow of those subtle feelings."

※ Any copying, republication or redistribution of 10Asia's content is expressly prohibited without prior consent of 10Asia. Copyright infringement is subject to criminal and civil penalties.

<ⓒ즐거움의 공장 "10 아시아" (10.asiae.co.kr) 무단전재 배포금지>

간격처리를 위한 class 간격처리를 위한 class