Seo In Guk And Jung So Min Describe Their Chemistry In “The Smile Has Left Your Eyes”
Based on the Japanese drama “100 Million Stars From the Sky,” mystery melodrama “The Smile Has Left Your Eyes” is about a dangerous man named Kim Moo Myung (played by Seo In Guk) who’s called a monster, a woman named Yoo Jin Kang (played by Jung So Min) who suffers from similar wounds as him, and her detective brother Yoo Jin Gook (played by Park Sung Woong) who is after him.
“At first [when we started filming], we were face-to-face and it almost felt like we were testing each other,” began Jung So Min. “Most of the scenes were scenes where we thought, ‘Who is that person?’ But within that, we sympathize with each other in a way that others can’t, and start to focus on each other. We’re now filming those kinds of scenes and it requires a lot of focus. So, I think these days, there’s a new kind of chemistry forming that I didn’t know about before.”
Seo In Guk said, “There are times, whether it’s in a drama or at a meet up, when you feel really good after meeting someone who’s similar to you. I think she is an actress who gave me those kinds of feelings. Also, all of the actors and staff who gathered in our drama have good teamwork to the point where I wonder if we previously worked together in a drama. We work well together.”
Also discussing working with Park Sung Woong, Seo In Guk continued, “Like what Park Sung Woong said earlier, our relationship is somewhat like two people who are standing on thin ice and may fall at any time. Despite having this kind of connection, we have teamwork where we give and receive from each other within the bounds of our connection. There are times when I feel like our teamwork is right on point despite the fact that we didn’t calculate it. That’s when I think, ‘Wow. The chemistry between the cast and crew in our drama is really good.'”
“The Smile Has Left Your Eyes” will premiere on October 3 at 9:30 p.m. KST, and will be available on Viki! In the meantime, check out a teaser with English subtitles below:
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