Park Min Young and Na In Woo: Behind-the-Scenes Chemistry in Cosmopolitan Korea Shoot

Park Min Young Na In Woo
Park Min Young Na In Woo
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea

Park Min Young recently participated in a photoshoot for Cosmopolitan Korea’s February issue alongside Na In Woo. The shoot was designed to reflect their roles as a couple in the web novel-based drama Marry My Husband, a time-slip drama about a woman who witnesses her husband’s infidelity and sets out to change her destiny.

In an interview following the photoshoot, both actors shared stories about the drama’s success and the cheerful atmosphere on set. Park Min Young revealed, “We (the actors) have a group chat where we share our thoughts and have fun monitoring the drama. We compliment each other there.” Na In Woo chimed in, “When Park Min Hwan’s character shows up, Yi Kyung apologizes (laughs). We had fun shooting, and I’m glad we’re getting good responses.”

Discussing their on-screen chemistry, Park Min Young praised Na In Woo, “The more you see In Woo, the more admirable qualities you find. I was intrigued by his deep eyes and energy. He has an inclusive attitude, a considerate heart, and sometimes he takes charge as the male lead on set.”

Park Min Young Na In Woo
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea
Park Min Young Na In Woo
Credit: Cosmopolitan Korea

Na In Woo returned the compliments, “Min Young herself is a strength. She has a strong sense of responsibility and leadership, like a ‘boss.’ At the same time, she’s cute and affectionate. She listens well and has clear opinions, which I really want to learn from.”

In addition, Na In Woo highlighted a key point that makes the drama more engaging for viewers. “This drama unfolds a lot of its story through flashbacks to past events. These flashbacks will enhance viewers’ empathy and immersion in the drama. Please continue to love it until the last episode,” he said with a laugh.

Park Min Young then shared her personal takeaways from the drama, “The message I wanted to convey through this drama is that one mistake doesn’t mean the end. We should cherish and love ourselves more. I learned a lot through this drama.”

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