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"Guardian" Ko Seo-hee, "It was tough"

2014/03/12 | Permalink | Source

Actress Ko Seo-hee talked about the making of the movie "Guardian".

At the KAFA FILMS 2014 Media Day held on the 12th at CGV Apgujeong, Ko Seo-hee said, "Acting requires a lot of imagination but it was so hard, imagining alone for this movie.

"Guardian" is a film most anticipated by the Busan International Film Festival, directed by the unique and creative Yoo Won-sang. Under the concept, "Kidnapping leads to another', the main character of the movie kidnaps a child to save her own.

Ko Seo-hee said, "I am not married and to express the sufferings of a mother who has her child kidnapped and having to kidnap another child, was exhausting. There's no answer to acting but only those who have experienced this will know how to do it. I tried to get as close to the answer as I could and it was unimaginably tiring. I still don't like to think about it".

Meanwhile, the movie is released on the 10th of April.

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