Actor Go Soo praised Park Yuchun’s acting.
Toward reporters’ buzz over movie ‘Lucid Dream’, Go Soo disclosed his thoughts in an interview conducted at one of the cafes in Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul recently: “In the movie, it might not be easy for audiences to accept This Man’s presence”.
About this, Go Soo added, “This Man is an important hidden character. He appears as a person who’s able to freely come into and go from dreams but I learned he is actually a presence named This Man. I hear he is some kind of presence who generally shows up in people’s dreams”.
Also Go Soo was unsparing with his praises, saying: “I had the notion that This Man is an attractive character and wondered who would play him,” and, “I wanted to get along well, to match, and to work well with Park Yuchun. I wondered how I could express it. I even saw ‘Sea Fog’ which Park Yuchun-ssi acted in,” and, “Wasn’t he acting really good?”.
The exhilaration felt when working in harmony with an actor
Kim Moon-jung bounded into being a musical director more diligently than anyone else. The past August, she had personally composed musical 〈The Picture of Dorian Gray〉. It’s been 8 years since musical 〈Organ in My Heart (/The Harmonium in My Memory)〉. She said, “When actors sing the songs I imagined by myself, I feel anew watching it be completed”. In the play actor Kim Junsu undertook the young aristocratic Englishman Dorian Gray. This is the fourth time she does a work with him.
“Every time there’s a concert, Junsu-ssi found me. I have methodically conducted his works so we are comfortable with one another. Should I say we have ‘chemi[stry]’? In 〈Death Note〉 there is a scene where Junsu-ssi cuts of the song singing ‘The last light~’ with my back to the seats in the auditorium, but it is a situation where I don’t see the shape of his mouth and the actor cannot see my command. It is cut off with the feeling ‘Let’s wrap it up here’ and it is just right. We did say, ‘It was exhilarating today,’ to each other after the performance. We don’t agree upon it, but we experienced several times the moment doing ‘Kya!’.”