The most important forged, director, and author of “Fanletter, Please” sat down to talk in regards to the present earlier than its premiere!
MBC’s “Fanletter, Please” is a four-part romantic comedy sequence about an actress who faces the most important disaster in her life within the leisure trade and a person who has to guard his daughter’s pure coronary heart by writing pretend replies to her fan letters. Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung stars as A-list actress Han Kang Hee, whereas Yoon Bak stars as Han Kang Hee’s past love Bang Jung Suk, a loyal single father whose younger daughter is battling leukemia.
Stars Yoon Bak and Sooyoung in addition to director Jung Sang Hee and author Park Tae Yang every took turns introducing essentially the most enjoyable and memorable elements of the drama, giving extra hints to viewers to get them excited for the premiere.
Sooyoung selected the romance that’s blended into the plot line in addition to the bond between father Bang Jung Suk and his daughter Yoo Na as issues that viewers positively ought to look out for. The complicated relationship between Han Kang Hee and Bang Jung Suk that performs off of the feelings of a primary love way back in addition to the awkwardness and uncertainty in assembly once more years later contrasts vastly with the loving father-daughter relationship between Bang Jung Suk and Yoo Na. “Every time I read the script, I feel comforted, I cry, and I laugh. I hope that these feelings can be conveyed well to the viewers,” she stated.
Yoon Bak’s character Bang Jung Suk is a person prepared to do something as long as he can see his daughter smile and be completely happy, being described lovingly as an absolute idiot for his baby. It is that this beautiful, valuable, and cute appeal that’s distinctive solely to “Fanletter, Please” that the actor selected to spotlight.
“It’s a cute and lovely drama that you don’t have to think too hard about,” he defined. “Think of it as a way to end your day feeling relaxed while you look after my beautiful daughter Yoo Na,” he added. “I think you can enjoy ‘Fanletter, Please’ with a smile that will grow bigger and bigger.” He additionally identified some great benefits of this sequence being solely a four-part sequence, noting how viewers gained’t have to attend two months ready for every new episode to air. Instead, the sequence will wrap up inside simply two weeks.
Director Jung Sang Hee described the drama as a drama that “is like a close friend that makes you feel better just by being together.” He expressed his hopes for the drama and its viewers, saying, “I hope that this can be a drama that is considerate of viewers who watch [dramas] in detail and can remind them of happy memories and cheer them up.” He was positive to emphasise the superb performing expertise of Yoon Bak and Sooyoung, in addition to baby actress Shin Yeon Woo who performs Yoo Na, saying that viewers will hardly even discover that 60 minutes have passed by as they get absorbed within the present.
Lastly, author Park Tae Yang delved a bit deeper into the present’s characters, describing Han Kang Hee as “someone who can’t sleep at night just because one person spoke badly of her even when 99 others praised her.”
“When she meets Bang Jung Suk, she begins to change. To anyone who has similar worries or who wants to support someone who may be like that, I want to recommend [this series].” The author additionally let viewers in on just a little secret, saying, “Fans’ letters appear often in the series. There is always a fan letter at the center of what’s going on, and it goes to such an extent that it seems like each fan letter has been given its own character. It can cause trouble, can cause the main character to suffer, or can make them happy. When a fan letter appears, if you follow along thinking about what kind of character it will be, I think you will be able to enjoy the series.”
The author’s favourite fan letters are Yoo Na’s letter in episode 1 and the final fan letter in episode 4. “If you want to know why I chose these two letters, you can find out by watching the series.”
“Fanletter, Please” premieres on November 18 at 9:50 p.m. KST. Check out the newest teaser right here!
Until then, watch Sooyoung in “If You Wish Upon Me” on Viki!
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