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!
No words can express how much I love this Chuno review by Zhaoul from kdramadreamer
Welcome to the world of Chuno (The Slave Hunters). It’s a world that you enter into rather than just sitting and watching a drama. You get engrossed in their world. It’s a painful world, full of disappointment and anguish. Not an ideal world. A world where everything can change at the drop of a hat. One minute noble, next minute slave – One minute slave, next minute noble, then boom! Dead. Noble to slave hunter – Happiness to sorrow. This is a cruel world, but my heart was captured by it. It was captured in a way that I could imagine myself a part of this world, as cruel as it is. It’s not often that a drama truly haunts me afterwards – Where the remnant memories of what I witness follow me and truly affect me. Truthfully, my heart was captured by Dae-gil, the Slave Hunter. The beauty and pain…
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I won’t be able to recap every episode of Real Men since I’ve fallen behind, but I’ll do my best to at least show you highlights of my favorite moments.
On ep 24, we see our guys training at the Military Police Unit (I’ve googled but I have not been able to identify what the equivalent would be in the U.S Military world, not that I know much about that either. I’m sure our korean friends will be able to guide us) Anyway, the most important thing is, we see our guys dressed in nice swoon inducing uniforms and even in suits (a la James Bond) *swoooooonssss* And we get to see Jang Hyuk doing some gloriously badass martial arts moves but we also see his “humanity” once again when we find out, the man can’t tell left from right lol! Yup! Jang Hyuk could very well play a new SUPER HOT and ADORKABLE version of Maxwell Smart (from the series and movie Get Smart)
VIDEO: Jang Hyuk, Real Man in action
Click here to see full set of action gifs
I’m re watching Robbers, so I’ll be making some more gifs from this series. Now I’m learning to make them lighter so they can also be posted on tumblr. The next step is to make them “prettier”.
The scene that only happened on Oh-Joon’s head was kick ass
The cast of the upcoming movie “The Flu” attended a press conference held on July 9th. Here are videos, photos and my favorite quote of the night.
Soo Ae said about Jang Hyuk: “The moments we got together after shoots, rather than those during the shoots, were more impressive.” She added, “Jang Hyuk is very careful and calm during shoots, but after them he shows a new side to himself. I especially remember how he is at the noraebang. He’s a good singer, and he gets excited easily. He rarely lets go of the mike too.”