I was wrong about that as well.” Yoo: What I felt was so child-like about Jae-shin was how poor he was at expressing himself and how he didn’t know what to do about how he felt.
He was so much of an idealist that he was trapped inside his own thoughts and felt, ‘Nobody hurts more than I do. My pain is the worst.’ Because surprisingly, people with such pain or sadness feel that they’re more superior. Of course, I don’t think Jae-shin has matured that much.
I would say a line, laugh, or give a look without thinking about it.
10: It wasn’t only the romance but also the process of how the characters grow that served as the framework to “Sung Kyun Kwan Scandal.” The moment that left a strong impression about Jae-shin in particular was when in tears, he says to his dad, whom he resented since the death of his older brother, “I acted up that I was hurting more than you. And I was sure that I loved brother more than you did.
I talked to the director a lot about this, on whether it’s something that Jae-shin would actually do or if it just couldn’t be helped because according to the plot of the story, he has to pull back.
10: I actually was curious on what it was that Jae-shin felt for Yoon-hee.
10: Writing is an act which contains your will to express something that you feel inside.
You had mainly been writing on your Cyworld account and started writing on Twitter a few months ago. Yoo: When I’m away from home, I’m in dire need of the time and space that will let me go back to being myself.