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“A Good Day to Be a Dog” Cha Eun-woo Mentions Other People’s Impression Of Him

Actor Cha Eun-woo talked about his image in the eyes of other people

On October 11th, the press conference for MBC’s new Wednesday drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog” at MBC Golden Mouse, Sangam-dong, Seoul. Director Kim Dae-woong and the cast, including Cha Eun-woo, Park Gyu-young and Lee Hyun-woo, attended the event.

That day, Park Gyu-young answered a question about her character, saying “Since the fantasy detail of the drama is turning into a dog after kissing, I tried to act while strongly believing that I would really transform into a dog with a kiss”, adding “The staff and director had a lot to do with the CG. We tried to do our best to express the appearance of Hae-na. On the set, the dog was nicknamed Pina”.

Cha Eun-woo also shared, “Seo-won overcomes his trauma thanks to Hae-na. I tried to portray the process of Seo-won overcoming the barriers by proving that he’s not a strange person. I and the director discussed a lot regarding how Seo-won’s emotions would change to understand the character.” 

He continued, “My synchronization with this character is about 70%”, adding “We have some similar aspects. I also heard people say I looked cautious and cold in an awkward relationship. The difference is that I’m not afraid of dogs. My mom is raising a puppy and I think it’s cute”.

In this drama, Cha Eun-woo takes on the role of Jin Seo-won, a math teacher at Garam High School with a perfect visual. Park Gyu-young appears as Han Hae-na, a Korean language teacher at Garam High School who is cursed to become a dog whenever she kisses.

Director Kim Dae-wong said, “I read the original webtoon and met with the original author. I’m glad that the author was satisfied with the casting and happy to see the lovely acting performance of the actors”.

“A Good Day to Be a Dog” will air its first episode on the evening of October 11th.

Source: Daum

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