[News] Ku Hye Sun Talks about the Finale of “Blood”, “I Thank All the People who Helped Me to Handle Acting of a Whole New and Special Character”
– Unveiling behind-cuts taken in Romania! Eye-catching visual like a piece of masterpiece painting
Actress KU HYE SUN talked about her feelings for the finale of KBS 2TV’s Monday-Tuesday drama series “Blood” (written by Park Jae-beom, directed by Ki Min-soo and Lee Jae-hoon).
KU said, “I felt sorry for the staff and other actors and actresses, for the criticism on my acting of the whole new and special character. I would like to deeply thank all the staff, directors, senior and junior actors, who have always been so kind and nice to me despite such a situation. I would also thank the viewers of ‘Blood'”.
In “Blood” ended in the 20th episode aired on April 21 (Tue.), KU acted as “Yoo Rita”, a Hepatopancreaticobiliary surgeon who has a perfect look, intelligence, and wealth. The character of “Yoo Rita” was totally different from the other innocent characters KU has acted so far, being arrogant and proud on the surface but having a deep sorrows in the heart.
Notably, KU visited Romania, the birthplace of vampires, to better express her character in “Blood” that interpreted the supernatural power and existence of vampires as the result of virus infection. KU’s behind cuts taken in Romania were unveiled in the last episode of the drama series, catching the eyes of the viewers.
The behind cuts show “Rita” visiting Romania alone to keep her promise with “Ji-sang” (acted by Ahn Jae-hyun) after his death. KU in a black hat and and coat looks much more matured than before, after her experience of the pain of love. She is walking around places in Romania in the photos, boasting a perfect beauty that goes so well with the beautiful sceneries in the city.
Meanwhile, the last episode of “Blood” ended with an unexpected twist, as “Ji-sang” showed up in front of “Rita” who visits Romania one year after his death. The team of “Blood”, the first-ever vampire drama and fantasy medical drama made by a Korean nationwide broadcast network, has achieved a successful finale boasting a deep teamwork.twist, as “Ji-sang” showed up in front of “Rita” who visits Romania one year after his death. The team of “Blood”, the first-ever vampire drama and fantasy medical drama made by a Korean nationwide broadcast network, has achieved a successful finale boasting a deep teamwork.
Photos courtesy of IOK Media