Actress Park Bo Younger graced the pages of Dazed Korea with a shocking pictorial. After the picture shoot, she sat down for a brief interview to speak a bit about her current work and on a regular basis life.
It’s been almost 5 years since Park Bo Younger participated in a pictorial for Dazed. She remarked, “I wasn’t conscious of it both, nevertheless it’s been some time since I’ve shot [for Dazed]. It was bizarre right this moment [as I was looking at my photos]. It was bizarre but in addition very nice.”
The idea for this pictorial is “Park Bo Younger who isn’t smiling.” Commenting on the path of the shoot, the actress mentioned with fun, “Since it’s a idea with no smiling, I attempted to match the temper. I used to be frightened since I’m an individual who naturally laughs loads although.” She continued, “Prior to now after I did cowl shoots, even after I placed on make-up and styled my hair, I nonetheless regarded very younger as a result of I used to be really younger. So I stored asking myself, ‘Am I not there but?’ however I’m glad with right this moment.”
Park Bo Younger will even be making a comeback to the film scene after 5 years with “Concrete Utopia,” a brand new catastrophe thriller concerning the aftermath of a devastating earthquake.
“I’m actually wanting ahead to the discharge of ‘Concrete Utopia,’” she mentioned. “I’m all the time enthusiastic about genres and characters I’ve by no means had expertise working with earlier than, however this type of catastrophe movie is significantly a primary. I really known as the director myself.”
“Since I used to be enjoying the character Myung Hwa, I requested myself numerous questions like, ‘Can I do that as Myung Hwa would?’ and, ‘What would I’ve chosen if I have been on this surroundings?’ She’s a really rational character and somebody who can embrace others nicely.” She continued, “Except for Myung Hwa, I additionally considered what different characters I’d be near, and I don’t actually assume there’s a villain on this film. There is no such thing as a unhealthy individual or a foul selection, nevertheless it may simply be the perfect an individual can do.”
Pondering deeply concerning the classes she discovered from engaged on “Concrete Utopia,” Park Bo Younger acknowledged, “I want I might discuss freely about the entire selections and outcomes on this film, nevertheless it’s laborious to talk about them and consider them. In the long run, as a result of I’m an individual, I considered this loads.”
Connecting her work to her each day life, the actress commented, “Saying the phrase ‘catastrophe’ makes it really feel like some big occasion, however there are various issues that exist that may pull me down a bit every day. After I run into one thing that I hadn’t predicted, that’s after I actually assume it’s a catastrophe.”
The interview then moved on to speak extra about Park Bo Younger’s hobbies and pursuits, and the actress revealed that she loved writing in her journal.
“Prior to now, I all the time used to begin off by writing, ‘At this time…’ I often began by saying, ‘At this time was like this and like that,’ however lately, there are additionally occasions after I begin off with, ‘Time appears so quick.’ Sooner or later, I resolved to not begin off with, ‘At this time.’”
“I additionally by no means write, ‘I…,’” she added after being reminded about how academics used to say to by no means begin off with phrases like “At this time” or “I.” She defined how the primary sentence of her journal entry turns into far more wealthy after making use of this writing approach.
As for what she’d write in her journal on the day of the picture shoot?
“I noticed a face that was each unfamiliar but in addition nice to see.”
Catch Park Bo Younger on the duvet of the August version of Dazed Korea.
And watch her in “Doom at Your Service” on Viki:
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