[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]
Park Joo-hyun of ‘Zombie Detective’ talked about her thoughts on quickly growing up as a leading actor.
On the afternoon of the 17th, an online production presentation was held for KBS2’s new Monday and Tuesday entertainment drama ‘Zombie Detective’ (director Shim Jae-hyun, playbook Paik Eun-jin). Due to the aftermath of the spread of Covid-19, director Shim Jae-hyun and actor Choi Jin-hyuk, Park Joo-hyun, Kwon Hwa-un, Ahn Se-ha, Lee Joong-ok, Lim Se-ju, Tae Hang-ho, and Hwang Bo-ra participated in this production presentation.
Park Joo-hyun said of his rapid growth as a leading actor, including her previous work Netflix ‘Human Class’, “I need to bear burdens. But, I am grateful for the burden that comes from the love of all the works and characters. I am also shooting this film with a joyful and happy heart, with all my passion and passion.”
In addition, Park Joo-hyun said, “I had to permeate naturally without losing the charm of Seon-ji consistently. I had a lot of worries, but I believe in the seniors and have fun taking pictures because everyone is good at acting easily by the side.”
‘Zombie Detective’ is a human comedy drama in which a zombie in the second year of his resurrection becomes a detective and struggles to find his past. First broadcast at 9:30 pm on the 21st.
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