Christine posted this recently on youtube and I thought it would be interesting to share here
It’s an old and long-ish interview but it gives good insights into the mind of younger Jang Hyuk. (Spoiler alert: It turns out his passion, and meticulous character analysis was always the same)
But what impressed me the most is how tough the filming for Volcano High was. I had heard before, that JH lost consciousness while filming the action scenes with wires but it is one thing to hear it and another to actually see it 🥺 (I admit, I was shocked by the footage below)
Here is hoping k-ent industry has improved when it comes to safety measures. And I guess kudos to JH for his amazing tenacity (but I guess I’ll always stress out, like a mom, about his dangerous stunts
Lastly, let’s watch together this FMV of Volcano High with the song “Creep” because, why not?
We at SOH wish you the best. Stay home, binge some Hyuk dramas/movies and keep safe! 😘🙏❤️ Love you all!
The Flu, I think, can be compared to the best disaster movies I’ve seen. Sure, its small scale in terms of location since it only covers a city with a half a million population, but because of the area’s proximity to the the capital city of Seoul, the sense of urgency automatically magnifies ten-fold.
Posted in The Flu (2013)
Tagged avian flu, bird flu, Bundang, Jang Hyuk, movie review, outbreak, Park Min-ha, politics, Seoul, Soo Hae, South Korea, The Flu, train to busan
Ok I’m very excited! This movie is looking very good already. On the first teaser we can see the characters played by Shin Ha Kyun, Jang Hyuk and Kang Ha Neul.
I love that Lee Bang Won already has a completely different energy in relation to other JH characters.
Let’s hope the best for this movie will premiere on March.
A great review of Rabbit and Lizard aka Maybe by Zhaoul
Some people really like a fast paced movie with an intricate plot line and complex character development. Well, if that’s what you are looking for, turn around and run away. This movie is not like that, but that doesn’t mean I think you should dismiss it. If you can enjoy a movie with an independent feel which focuses more on the simple moments, this movie may pique your interest.
Synopsis: May (played by Sung Yu Ri) returns to Korea after 23 years to try and find her birth parents. The only clue she has to her past is the large scar on the back of her shoulder which looks like a lizard. Eunsol (played by Jang Hyuk) is a taxi driver who has little time left to live. He is suffering from a rare disease. Both characters are searching for something. They also share a connection in which they are unaware of.
There’s limited dialogue at times. This allows the viewer to zone in on the…
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This is what I wrote on DC Jang Hyuk gallery after watching the movie, and I just translated it. It contains a lot of spoilers, and assumes readers have watched the movie. Junki=Jang Hyuk character, YoungEun=high school girl, SeoYeon=Junki’s wife.
Posted in Thorn (2014)
Tagged Innocent Thing, Jang Hyuk, Jo Bo Ah, Junki, korean film, korean movie, review, So Yeon, Sun Woo Sun, Thorn, Young Eun