In the interview that followed the photoshoot, the actors talked about their drama and what it made them think about love.
Recalling the first time they met each other, Choi Siwon opened up, “I saw Da Hee for the time, and I thought, ‘She’s already disappeared into her role.'” Lee Da Hee then shared, “Before this drama, I was filming on Jeju Island. And whenever I was down and beat, I saw Choi Si Won’s clip from Work Later, Drink Now where he goes, ‘Drive safely.’ Every time he shows a performance that goes beyond my expectations, I burst into laughter.”
About Love is for Suckers, Lee Da He commented, “Some might say that it has the B drama (like the B movies), but I don’t think there are levels when it comes to comedy.” She went on, “But if you understand and see the B-sentiment of our show, more things will come to you.”
Choi Si Won added, “One of the things that I like the best about the show is that it tells the story that everyone has experienced at some point. When I was young, I watched the American sitcom Friends, and I thought, ‘I’d love to have a friend like that in my life.’ And filming Love is for Suckers, I feel the same way.'”
The two actors looked back on what love means to them now. “In my 20s, when I liked someone, I just liked him,” Lee Da Hee shared. “But that passion has been dying lately, but this drama is keeping that fire in me burning.” Choi Siwon chimed in, “If viewers are confused about what the standard of love is while watching our show, then they have an opportunity to ask themselves the exact question.”