Netflix’s “Queen Maker” is raising expectations with its elegant production.
The Netflix series “Queen Maker,” tells the story of Hwang Do Hee, a genius of image making and controlling the strategic planning office of a large company, jumping into the election to make Oh Kyung Sook, a human rights lawyer a Seoul mayor, released a production behind-the-scenes story.
“Queen Maker”‘s elegant and sophisticated production has increased its completeness with costumes and art productions that consider the characteristics of each character. Hwang Do Hee (Kim Hee Ae) chose a basic and low-chromatic costume based on the setting that she does not come down from high heels. Art director Kim Cho Hye said, “I paid attention to props, costumes, and red soles used by Hwang Do Hee,” suggesting that visual was an important factor. Oh Kyung Sook, who is a candidate for Seoul mayor in a high-profile battle against Eunsung Group, meets Hwang Do Hee to build up her image. You will be a candidate and catch the attention of voters from your first appearance with short hair and a formal suit that gives you a sense of trust. moon so ri added curiosity by saying, “there is a process of transformation while running for election, and it is an important sequence in the drama.”
oh kyung sook’s election camp was made of spaces centered on communication. the texture of exposed concrete with traces of time, faded red brick color, and natural light coming through a large window made oh kyung sook’s human warmth stand out. on the other hand, baek jae min’s camp, which gradually reveals his true feelings with a good face, was filled with points contrary to oh kyung sook by emphasizing “strong and luxurious red color, velvet texture, and structure in which everything extends in a straight line.” son young shim of the conglomerate eunsung group used dark green, which symbolizes money or greed and ambition.
“queen maker” will be released only on netflix on april 14.