Director Lee Yoon Jung of “Summer Strike” has shared behind-the-scenes tales from filming!
Based on a preferred webtoon of the identical title, “Summer Strike” is a heartwarming romance drama about individuals who resolve to give up their present life within the busy metropolis and transfer to a small city to do nothing, the place they’re in the end capable of finding themselves.
Viewers’ anticipation is excessive for the drama as it’s directed by Lee Yoon Jung of “Coffee Prince,” which many Ok-drama followers take into account as considered one of their favourite dramas. Director Lee Yoon Jung additionally showcased her distinctive directing ability that touched the hearts of youth in numerous initiatives corresponding to “Triple,” “Heart to Heart,” and “Cheese In The Trap.”
Director Lee remarked, “I like the incompleteness of youths who are anxious, shaky, and full of uncontrollable energy. The characters in this project are similar to that. It may seem like a losing choice on the outside, but perhaps the choice of ‘I don’t want to do anything’ may be the most aggressive one. Lee Yeo Reum’s attempt to live her life while putting herself at the center made me think a lot.”
Director Lee additionally shared her impressions on working with Seolhyun and Im Siwan. She stated, “When I first met Seolhyun, I thought that she would do really well in this role. It turned out to be true when we worked together. Seolhyun showed lots of interest and affection toward her co-stars, staff, and even dogs. She received everyone’s love for the entire time we were filming.”
She continued by complimenting Im Siwan. She stated, “Im Siwan even came down to live in Gurye. He is a passionate person who does his best in everything. He is an actor who cares about not only his own role but the entire project with affection.”
The peaceable and delightful surroundings of Angok Village together with the cherry blossom highway and the seaside that was previewed in the principle trailer has already captured the hearts of viewers.
“Summer Strike” premieres on November 21 at 9:20 p.m. KST and can be accessible on Viki. Stay tuned!
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