Kyung Soo Jin And Yoon Shi Yoon Feel Opposite Emotions As They Lock Eyes In “Train”
“Train,” starring Yoon Shi Yoon and Kyung Soo Jin, is a sci-fi thriller about two parallel universes that form due to a single choice made on the night of a murder.
Yoon Shi Yoon takes on the role of Seo Do Won, a violent crimes detective and team leader at the Mu Kyeong Police Station. In universe “A,” Seo Do Won lives with guilt weighing his heart down, as his father killed the father of Han Seo Kyung (played Kyung Soo Jin) 12 years ago, and works to atone for his father’s sins. But in universe “B,” his father’s crime leads him into a life of corruption. Han Seo Kyung in universe “A” overcomes the trauma of her father’s death thanks to Seo Do Won’s kindness, while universe “B” Han Seo Kyung lives on harboring deep hatred for her father’s murderer.
In the previous episodes, universe “A” Han Seo Kyung was killed by someone who arrived on a mysterious train, and Seo Do Won sobbed over the death of the woman he vowed to protect forever. When he discovered the mysterious train, he stepped inside and traveled to universe “B,” where he ran into Han Seo Kyung of the parallel world.
In new stills, Seo Do Won and Han Seo Kyung are sitting opposite each other in an interrogation room. Han Seo Kyung shows a cynical and cold attitude, while Seo Do Won looks at her longingly. Seo Do Won’s hands are handcuffed, adding to the tension of the situation. It remains to be seen why Han Seo Kyung is interrogating Seo Do Won.
While filming the scene of the encounter between the two individuals from different parallel universes, Yoon Shi Yoon and Kyung Soo Jin thoroughly analyzed their lines and discussed with the director and staff to create the perfect scene. Kyung Soo Jin was especially praised by the staff for depicting a completely different Han Seo Kyung in the other world.
The drama’s production team revealed, “Yoon Shi Yoon and Kyung Soo Jin are portraying their characters Seo Do Won and Han Seo Kyung realistically with their great teamwork. Please watch the broadcast on July 19 to find out why the two people from different worlds are seated in an interrogation room together.”
“Train” airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 p.m. KST.
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