Kim Soo Hyun comments on acting with Han Ga In and miss A’s Suzy
MBC‘s ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun‘ and KBS 2TV‘s ‘Dream High‘ actor Kim Soo Hyun commented on actresses Han Ga In and miss A‘s Suzy, who are now playing one role in the movie ‘Introduction to Architecture‘.
When asked to reveal how he felt after seeing the film, Kim Soo Hyun replied, “This is a movie about the memories and pains of a first love, but I thought it was a movie that could ‘recharge emotion’. Just like this, I feel like I have recharged my emotion, thanks to (Han) Ga In noona and Suzy.”
Kim Soo Hyun was then asked how he felt about Han Ga In and Suzy in ‘Introduction to Architecture’.
“Switching from a historical role to a modern role, I felt like Ga In noona looked luxurious. She looks classy. In the historical drama, she only wore shabby clothes. She must’ve been pained (laughter). The tone of her acting was different and I enjoyed watching her very much. Because of her, I was able to immerse myself into the movie.”
Kim Soo Hyun then proceeded to talk about Han Ga In, who he met through ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’, and Suzy, who he met through ‘Dream High’.
“When I acted with Ga In noona, truthfully, there were many times when I depended on her. It was my first attempt at a historical project and my first role as the leading character. Because of this, everything felt hectic and I was lacking in many aspects, but being able to follow Ga In noona’s lead was huge. This also goes to Jung Eun Pyo senior and (Song) Jae Rim hyung. I felt that I was lucky to be able to rely on all the actors around me.”
“This goes the same for Suzy. Suzy already possessed very good elements and abilities. I think that is why she was able to get cast in the movie, and she did very well. I think when we were filming ‘Dream High’, it came to the point where I felt greedy (of Suzy’s abilities), and I wanted to bring out her acting skills. That was Suzy’s first attempt at acting, I had no idea that she would completely transform in her second project.”
Kim Soo Hyun, who had kiss scenes with both actresses, was asked to compare the two scenes. He quickly let out a laugh after the awkward question.
“During the kiss scene with Suzy in ‘Dream High’, I wanted to express the innocence of Samdong, and with innocence as the base, I wanted to show the love on top of that. I think it is because of this that the kiss scene was very short and fast. For my recent role as Hwan in ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’, I wanted to focus on the pain. Because he was able to come together with Yeon Woo, it was able to feel like he was being comforted. Also, it was also able to feel like compensation for all the pain that he went through. Both kisses were very meaningful. Hahahaha.”