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'Yong Pal' Secrets with computer graphics of Kim Tae-hee's room

2015/08/19 | Permalink | Source

The secrets of the detailed computer graphics surrounding Kim Tae-hee in "Yong Pal" have been revealed.

As the popularity of "Yong Pal" has soared, the drama fan's interest about the VIP floor on the 12th of Hansin Hospital, where Yeo-jin (Kim Tae-hee) is asleep also has been raised.

In the drama, the door of Yeo-jin's hospital room was set to allow only Section chief Lee (Jung Woong-in) and few other people to access her. Also the glass panels showing Yeo-jin's physical condition with a touch stimulates curiosity.

This is all computer graphics created by the production team. On August 19th, SBS has revealed the behind-the-scenes story of the computer graphics through their SNS account.

SBS has posted the images with and without computer graphics, where Nurse Han (Bae Hae-sun) is checking Yeo-jin's physical conditions.

The large glass panel is turned into something that looks like high end technology medical equipment through CG (computer graphics). The various colorful graphs on the panels are contrasted with Kim Tae-hee's white dress and the floor of the room.

An associate with SBS drama said, "The production team has been preparing Yeo-jin's VIP room for several months with ambition" and "We appreciate our viewers for the support and interest they have been showing. We ask for the continuous support and to stay tuned for the upcoming stories".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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