Watch: “Vincenzo” Cast Film Their Final Scenes + Share Concluding Comments
Following the conclusion of “Vincenzo,” tvN has released the drama’s final making-of video!
“Vincenzo” stars Song Joong Ki as Vincenzo Cassano, an Italian lawyer and Mafia consigliere who is of Korean descent but was adopted by an Italian family at a young age. When he moves back to Korea due to a conflict within his organization, he winds up crossing paths with sharp-tongued lawyer Hong Cha Young (Jeon Yeo Been). Together, they join forces in using villainous methods to take down villains who cannot be punished by the court of law.
The clip begins with the “Cassano family” taking a photo with funny faces while Lee Hang Na poses nicely. Song Joong Ki calls out, “We’ll catch anyone who goes easy!” They excitedly laugh at the hilarious result and then proceed to show off their synchronization while filming.
Next, cast members begin sharing their thoughts on the conclusion of “Vincenzo.” Lee Dal comments, “I think this will become a project that I’ll keep inside my heart and won’t ever forget.” Jung Ji Yoon compliments the screenwriter and bids good health for the drama’s director. Kwon Seung Woo adds, “It was a constant repetition of moments I won’t be able to forget.” Kim Seol Jin shares, “It was such an honor to start 2021 with ‘Vincenzo.'”
Choi Duk Moon and Kim Young Woong pretend to cry and the former adds, “I’m so happy that it feels like all the actors here have become stars. I get to thinking that I’d like to meet everyone here once more to do it all again.” Kim Young Woong continues, “I have many feelings of regret so just like Choi Duk Moon said, I hope we can do season 2 and 3. Please.”
Lee Hang Na shares, “This was such a great time that I could not ask for more. I think this will become a project that I won’t be able to forget.” Seo Ye Hwa comments, “The ride to set felt like going on a picnic and I was so happy in every moment.” Kim Yoon Hye adds, “I think this will become a really precious project that might be fitting to say is the reason why I’m acting.”
Yang Kyung Won continues, “It’s sincerely an honor to have done such an impressive project with such impressive people.” Im Chul Soo professes his love for the people of Geumga Plaza and then tells Song Joong Ki and Jeon Yeo Been that he really loves them. Yoon Byung Hee shares, “I hope you take the many hopeful messages our drama conveys and remember them well.”
Jo Han Chul comments, “I think I have more regret for this project than usual. Over a long period of time, everyone worked really hard but I think we received just as much love, so it feels rewarding.”
The next part features an intense action scene with 2PM’s Taecyeon, Song Joong Ki, Jeon Yeo Been, and Kwak Dong Yeon. While rehearsing for the scene, the quartet drive the director nuts by proposing a plethora of intriguing ideas. Kwak Dong Yeon then greets viewers and shares, “Our long journey has come to an end. So many people worked really hard and went through a lot. Thanks to that, such a good drama was completed. Since you all loved our good drama so much, we felt fulfilled and were able to work happily. Thank you!”
In the following scene, Kwak Dong Yeon surprises everyone by returning to set after the death of his character. Im Yeo Jin tells him, “I want to go with you. Wherever, together,” before jokingly telling him to wait a bit for her. For her concluding comments, Im Yeo Jin shares, “It was hard! I did not stop laughing on this set. In nearly every moment, someone burst into laughter on set, but I still had to act as the villain so holding in my laughter was the hardest part. Thank you for hating me so much up until now,” with the “hate” implying that she excelled in her role as a villain.
2PM’s Taecyeon is featured next as the “villain of villains.” He’s tied up to equipment that ensures a painful death, with a spear that slowly digs into him. However, the machine starts moving before he’s done his lines causing confusion on set while Song Joong Ki gives him a solemn wave of farewell. Taecyeon comments, “It’s already our final filming. Our very first making-of clip was here, when I was just starting as a confused intern. I filmed the scene on my electric kickboard, so it feels really different [to be back]. It was a great honor to work with such great senior actors and staff members and I think I learned a lot. Thank you.”
Next, Song Joong Ki and Jeon Yeo Been practice a kiss scene and then film their final shoot together. They receive cakes prepared by their fellow actors, causing Song Joong Ki to burst into tears.
Jeon Yeo Been shares, “I think I remember our entire ‘Vincenzo’ team winning. I was really overflowing with happiness. Thank you so much to the viewers who oversaw that.” Song Joong Ki adds, “We finally closed the curtain of the 20 episodes of ‘Vincenzo.’ Even at the time of the premiere I thought, ‘Wow, how will viewers respond to our drama?’ I was so nervous and very curious, as it was a new challenge for myself too. However, the love we received exceeded expectations so thank you so much.”
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