Arthdal Chronicles

Shin Se Kyung underwent interviews with local media after starring in “Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun”. One of the actresses discussed was her fear when she had to play the figure of Tan Ya took a difficult choice.

“I sympathize with Tan’s desire to create a better world. But I am very scared so I think I won’t have the courage like Tan. The drama, will create a way in a different way, “said Se Kyung.

Se Kyung also expressed his gratitude to the audience “Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun“. “I want to thank sincerely to the viewers who watched ‘The Sword of Aramun’. I personally can learn a lot through this project, and in my opinion this is a valuable time,” said Se Kyung.

Se Kyung then discussed the most interesting thing when filming “Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun”. “‘The Sword of Aramun’ has a proportion of CG (a high graphic effect among the works that I have starred in, so I am also sometimes surprised by the shooting process,” she said.

“There are some difficult moments in shooting because we have to take pictures on a large scale using a camera. But we can finish shooting well because we are working with other actors and the production crew,” continued Se Kyung.

Se Kyung also discussed the scene in “Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun” the most memorable for her. “Even though it wasn’t the scene that I played, I really like the scene in episode 6 where Tag Gon (Jang Dong Gun) and Nunbyeol (Lee Si Woo) talk,” said the actress.

The scene referred to by Se Kyung is when Nunbyeol gives an answer to the question of Ta Gon about the blood of Igutunya. “‘What is blood or something sacred? Blood is only blood. Only the color is different’. I think the sentence from Nunbyeol is the flow of this drama,” added Se Kyung.

Se Kyung also discussed the most remembered thing when playing Tan. “The words I use are difficult, so I give more attention to know the dialogues. I am more concerned with how to instill the sincerity of the characters and actions of the characters, because conflicts between characters are difficult to find in daily life,” concluded Se Kyung.

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