Do Kyung Soo of the upcoming movie The Moon radiated a distinct aura in Marie Claire Korea’s August issue.
Do Kyung Soo exudes a captivating aura that leaves an indelible impression. The photos, shot against a backdrop of a stunning red sunset and moody monochrome settings, highlight Do’s unique charm as he effortlessly oscillates between youthful innocence and mature masculinity.
In The Moon, Do takes on the transformative role of Hwang Sun Woo, an astronaut embarking on South Korea’s first lunar expedition. Sun Woo is a character faced with the ultimate challenge of survival after being left alone in the vast expanse of space but remains committed to his assigned mission.
During the follow-up interview, the actor looked back on his experience. “Being able to work once again with director Kim Yong Hwa was an incredible opportunity. And with Seol Kyung Gu having been cast first, I felt nothing but thankfulness,” he commented. “Even if it was for a movie, it was meaningful to play the first Korean to go to the moon.”
He also described how he approached playing Sun Woo, who is in lonely and fearful state of mind. He revealed, “There were many scenes I had to shoot alone, and a lot I had to imagine on my own. The biggest challenge was expressing extreme emotions while wearing a spacesuit and wires.”
Meanwhile, The Moon will hit theaters on August 2nd.
Source: CJ ENM