Park Yoo Chun’s Scripts Turn into Doodling Canvases on Set of “The Girl Who Sees Smells”
In photos of him that were uploaded onto SBS‘s homepage for the drama, you can get a glimpse of the way each one of his scripts are personalized.
On his script for the first episode, his character’s name Choi Moo Gak is just written in the upper right corner. For episode two’s script, his name is written in much bigger letters in the middle.
By the time he gets to episode six, the drawings have become super creative and his name is written in huge block letters, colored in blue with a pink heart next to it. There are also some pink flowers on the back page. Episode seven’s drawings are a bit more understated, with the name written very stylishly in outlined block letters with a cute cartoon character next to it.
It turns out all these doodles were done by the creative hands of a staff member, and thanks to that he was able to get his hands on these cutely decorated scripts for every single episode.
“Whenever Park Yoo Chun has a spare moment, he works on memorizing his lines, but his script itself is so striking and cute that it catches the eyes of many of our staff members,” says one of the members of the crew.
Watch “The Girl Who Sees Smells” airing every Wednesday and Thursday!