Watch: Jang Dong Yoon And Krystal Carry Out Their Duties Behind The Scenes Of Upcoming Thriller “Search”
OCN’s “Search” has revealed a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the upcoming drama’s teaser!
“Search” is a mystery thriller about a specialized search party that sets out to uncover the truth behind mysterious disappearances and murders in the demilitarized zone (DMZ). Jang Dong Yoon stars as Yoon Dong Jin, a military dog handler and sergeant who is almost done with his mandatory military service when he is suddenly assigned to the search party. Krystal plays Son Ye Rim, a highly intelligent and capable lieutenant who joins the investigation team as a special officer.
The video gives viewers a glimpse at the two actors filming their teasers. Although the day is windy, Jang Dong Yoon stands dutifully among the tall grass to film his scene. On high alert, he crouches as he moves across the field, holding his gun up as if he has encountered something suspicious.
Next up, Krystal pierces the camera with her sharp gaze, completing the scene in which she stands guard in front of a gate. While waiting to film the next scene, Jang Dong Yoon comments, “Thank goodness it didn’t rain much. I thought it would rain a lot.” The director says in jest, “Just because it’s raining, it doesn’t mean you can slack off while filming!” Krystal responds affirmatively, holding her hands up in agreement.
Krystal then talks with Jang Dong Yoon about the hardships of filming action scenes. Lifting up her gun, she tells him, “This was the easy part.” She continues to explain that coordinating movements is difficult, and she slumps her shoulders to express how hard it was to film. Finally, the two wrap up filming as they shoot a scene together in which they both turn to look at the camera.
The video comes to an end as Jang Dong Yoon and Krystal tell viewers to look forward to the premiere of “Search,” which airs on October 17 at 10:30 p.m. KST.
Watch the full video below!
Also, watch Jang Dong Yoon in his previous drama “The Tale of Nokdu” here: