Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee Share “Gyeongseong Creature” Filming Experience

Netflix’s newest Korean drama Gyeongsong Creature, starring Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee, aired the first season on December 22. The second season will be aired on January 5. The cast attended a press conference earlier to promote the drama.

Set in Gyeongseong in 1945, the story follows two young people who encounter a monster born of human greed and their battle for survival. Park Seo Joon explained the drama is charming and he portrays Jang Tae Sang, the wealthiest man in the city and the head of a pawnshop.  “This character allows me to show a different side of myself. I admire screenwriter Kang Eun Kyung’s work and I also really like director Jung Dong Yoon’s drama Hot Stove League. I also got the chance to meet Han So Hee, so this was a very happy experience.”

Park Seo Joon revealed his first scene was very memorable, joking, “The first shoot was a torture scene and it was really cold that day. I was continuously drenched with water while filming so it felt like an initiation ceremony. It made me wonder what the end would be like if this was just the beginning.”

Portraying a specialist in finding missing people, Han So Hee also said her first scene was also very tiring. “I needed to release my hair and quickly turn my neck in that scene. I repeated it over 20 times until I ended up spasming! The next day my neck was in so much pain I couldn’t move it.” She also ended up accidentally injuring her face while filming, “In action scenes, there is a risk of injuries to both the stunt team and cast. It’s an environment where engaging in action without sustaining some sort of injury is nearly impossible. You’ll be lucky if the injury is minor.” She reassured she has recovered now and the injury was due to her over eagerness.

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  1. I love the show. Sweet home was a huge disappointment, felt like it was even worst than the first one. Love these Korean and Japanese horror show they put out once in a while. Sadly Chinese drama is probably banned to show these topics so I haven’t seen any.

  2. The monster wasn’t born of human greed, but an experiment by pyschopathic scientists to create an invincible tool for the Japanese to defeat and conquer their enemies. This dark activities at the hospital seems to take a page from the infamous Japanese Unit 731 barbaric experiments on live humans during WW2.

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