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!
We are really getting too much good comments on him:)
Translated by myself, original article can be found in http://www.newsen.com/news_view.php?uid=201308240339551110
Jang Hyuk’s real personality, how is it like and how come you hear only compliments about him?
Director Kim Sung Soo of ‘The Flu’ complimented Jang Hyuk over and over again in his interview with NewN. It is already a well known fact, but Jang Hyuk he saw and felt first-handed was so well-mannered, humble, and sincere that it was hard to believe that he’s a top actor.
Posted in Everybody Loves JH, Interviews, The Flu (2013)
Tagged Actor, disaster movies, Flu, Jang Hyuk, Kim Sung Soo, korean actor, korean film, korean movie, korean movies, Soo Ae, The Flu
There are countless Jang Hyuk interviews all pouring out these days, that it is almost impossible to keep up with all of them. I think it’ll be around 50 pages if you add up all his interviews these days… I’m enjoying reading every single one of them, but sorry I do not have time to translate all of them 😛 But I decided to do this one, just because I felt like it, lol. So here’s translation of Jang Hyuk’s column in Naver Star Column, posted August 21, and the original version can be found in http://m.news.naver.com/read.nhn?mode=LSD&sid1=001&oid=420&aid=0000000477
The original article can be seen in http://tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read.php3?aid=1376030088553526008. Translated by Gumi.
Actress Soo Ae says Jang Hyuk is the best partner she has worked with.
Soo Ae, who acted an infection specialist InHae in a movie The Flu, revealed her satisfaction with the collaboration with partner Jang Hyuk (who acted JiGoo).
In the beginning of the movie, JiGoo saves InHae in danger, starting their cute romance. After, they together fight against deadly virus spreading quickly. SooAe said “Filming ‘The Flu’, I exceptionally felt that we were doing it ‘together'”, describing how all the cast and crew worked in exact same mind.
She elaborated on Jang Hyuk, saying “He is amazing as an actor, but is even more as a person. There were some hard times for me. If he approached me as a fellow actor at those times, then I would’ve had to be formal with him as well, but he approached me as a nice ‘oppa’, so I felt comfortable around him. We tell each other, ‘We should meet again in a romantic comedy.’ I really want to try acting with him again.”
Posted in Everybody Loves JH, News, The Flu (2013)
Tagged Actor, disaster movies, Film, Flu, Jang Hyuk, Romantic comedy film, Soo Ae, The Flu, Yoo HaeJin
If a remake of Eyes of Dawn is ever produced, Jang Hyuk wishes to play Choi Dae-Chi
Hi friends! I was looking for something else and I stumbled upon this article and thought this would be something cool for us to discuss. It has a couple of more quotes from the Allure Magazine interview that will be released in August.