In the movie, she plays Han Jung Hee who gives orders to Carter (played by Joo Won) as he wakes up in a strange motel room with no memory of his past. “She has a powerful voice,” as director Jeong Byeong Gil once praised her, she made an impactful first appearance with her mesmerizing voice and showed off her irreplaceable presence throughout the film. In addition, she surprised many by revealing that she did most of her own stunts in the film, ranging from wire works to shootings guns.
Jung So Ri debuted through the 2016 music program, I Can See Your Voice Season 3. She started her acting career in 2012 by starring in The Spy Gone North as a North Korean soldier named Lee Hong Seol. Since then, she was given several small roles in Move to Heaven and Decision to Leave.
This year, she reportedly took part in creating one of Carter‘s OSTs, “Who am I?,” with her musical background of majoring in Korean traditional instrument named Gayageum. Film score composer Koo Ja Wan shared, “We had a clear theme for Carter as we wanted to use as much as Korean classical music in the film. I got to work with her as the director recommended her to work with me. �The director knew what he wanted, and although it was not an easy process, we got quality results thanks to her dedication to this project.”