Netflix Kingdom Actress Discusses Her Portrayal in a Periodical

Actress Bae Doona, who is acting as a servant of a woman who is chasing the source of plague during the Netflix drama “Kingdom” (playbook Kim Eun-hee and director Kim Sung-hoon), interviewed at a coffee shop in Samcheong-dong, Seoul on the 31st morning. It is the first time in 20 years since its debut. “It was funny for me to see Bae Doona,” says Doona about her appearance in the past. When I was shooting, it was strange to see it in the video. I wanted to see how strange the audience was.” “(I did not do it)

This is awkward and unfamiliar. I was on the crossroads of whether I would carry it or not. I thought I had to go to the thought that I had to be strong in order to play longer.” With regard to the professor, “How a man eats a man,” he said, “People have already followed. I did not take much (take), but I was excited a lot at that time. Every time the bishop was so emotionally excited, he was submerged and tried to go calmly. But I was so excited about the semi-human situation.” “I did the same as usual for setting the character. I think the learning is to be employed and deliver smoke to suit the employer. To some extent, I thought the design was to follow the details of the person (director) who hired me.” “To talk about the controversial sagar tone,” he said frankly. “Ahead, when I was doing a movie called “revenge is mine,” she asked her to teach her professor, and she asked her to cry and asked her to teach her.” “In 10 years, I got a one-on-one lesson with my mom, “I need to learn this,” and I changed my tone before filming. “Si’s warrior doesn’t come out in the play. As far as I know, I was born in orphan and brought him to be a virgin woman. I was born in Chunmin, and I put a sagar tone that I knew, so it sounds like a great king.” Next, “I thought that I should look a little more according to my identity. I wondered how many times this child had mixed up with his friends. “I was puzzled by a child who was only working as the councilor told me to speak and speak their speech.” He said, “So I had to give up the lethal tone and follow the tone awkward. I thought there was nothing wrong with foreign audiences, but there is a manual that is familiar to Korean audiences. When I couldn’t keep it, I thought that the last bastboard was “Husi” (recording), and I believed it and shot it.” “I did not get upset at all about what was overwhelmed by the controversy of acting power for the first time since my debut. I think that my acting is fancy and dislikes, and those who do not like it do. I think that it is personal preference to play. Even when he received a good review without controversy, he said, “It’s not that much.” “I also wanted to be “yes,” he said, “I’m going to be in a controversy about acting power.” “On the one hand, I was proud of myself, I knew there would be such a controversy, and it was nice to be able to eat and live, but I couldn’t do anything,” he laughed.

Unveiled on Netflix on the 25th, Kingdom is a mystery thriller that uncovers the end of the Joseon Dynasty when the deceased king resurrected as a traitor, and the secrets of those who have become monsters after hunger. This is the first Korean drama presented by Netflix. Kim Eun-hee, who wrote ‘autograph’, ‘ghost’, and ‘signal’, and the director Kim Sung-hoon, the director of the film ‘Tunnel’. Actor Ju Ji-hoon Ryu Seung-Ryu Bae Doona is starring.