Kim Woo Bin, Park Shin Hye, And Yoo Hae Jin Share Thoughts After Participating In MBC Documentary “Humanimal”
Actors Kim Woo Bin, Park Shin Hye, and Yoo Hae Jin shared their thoughts after lending their efforts to MBC’s special documentary “Humanimal,” which showcased the life and death of human beings and animals around the world and their epic story of coexistence.
Kim Woo Bin, who narrated the documentary, said, “When I first saw it, it was shocking, and it made me think that people are scary. I was embarrassed that I didn’t know what was happening, and I felt apologetic, as well,” adding that seeing the death of an elephant has stuck with him the most.
He continued, “Because I never imagined that elephants would be abused and killed because of ivory, it was even more shocking.”
Park Shin Hye, after meeting those who work to protect wildlife, said, “It made me think that there are so many people doing incredible work. I want to send all my admiration and respect to those that endlessly research animals and nature and look for ways to protect them.”
Yoo Hae Jin, who visited the home of a hunter, which was filled with taxidermied animals, said, “It smelled of preservative from the moment I stepped inside, and thinking that these animals shouldn’t be here, and that they should be running free outside, my heart was heavy. I don’t know what kind of expression I had on my face, but I don’t think I was in a good mood.”
He added, “Instead of relying on activists, everyone needs to work together with the hope of coexistence.”