Fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar released a photoshoot with Jo In Sung and Han Hyo Joo along with an interview of the two actors discussing their newest project “Moving.”
Han Hyo Joo and Jo In Sung, who breathed life into the couple roles in the Disney+ original series ‘Moving’, showcased a delightful couple photoshoot through Harper’s Bazaar.
In an interview that followed the shoot, Jo In Sung said about Han Hyo Joo, “After meeting her through this project at a stage where age and experience have accumulated, I saw her as an actress again. There is a non-scientific feeling that is conveyed through photos or screens. When I saw Han Hyo Joo’s gaze, I realized that she was an amazing actress. It’s not just empty words, but I look forward to the next 10 years as an actress.”
Han Hyo Joo said about Jo In Sung, “I realized that he is a very considerate person after working with him as a fellow actor this time. He is like a ‘tsundere’ (a person who appears cold but is actually warm-hearted). He cares a lot about people around him and is very thoughtful, but he really doesn’t like showing it. He also has a strong sense of responsibility and willpower in leading the work as the main character. There were many grateful moments.”
Regarding the new genre of “Korean-style superhero drama,” Jo In Sung said, “There are many wealthy heroes in Marvel, right? This drama captures the ordinary lives of people who run chicken restaurants or donkatsu restaurants, which could be found around us. Mystery usually comes from the unknown. This drama is not mysterious, but it tells the story of ordinary people with extraordinary abilities. It will also be fun to see the portrayal of the era, like ‘Forrest Gump.’ Korean major events are intertwined with the story in the drama.”
Regarding the challenging wire action scenes, Han Hyo Joo said, “The actors who had to do wire action really struggled. Before editing, the filming didn’t look as cool, so we had to hold back our laughter. We also joked about whether ‘Marvel’ does everything like this, but I feel proud that we created scenes that are still uncommon in Korea.”