Im Yoona Of Big Mouse Reveal The best working environment”..’ Confidential Assignment 2′ Yoona, Girls’ Generation became an inflection point as an actress
“The working environment was the best.” When girl group Girls’ Generation member and actress Yoona was asked about the meaning of the movie ‘Confidential Assignment 2’ to her, she said, “It is a meaningful work that I met while working as an actress. When she was about to try acting, she met ‘confidential Assignment 1’ and many people who looked at me because of this film also sent me many reviews. In that case, it is the most meaningful to me, so I wonder if her acting career will be divided before and after appearing in the movie.
Yoona is back with a sequel after 5 years since the movie ‘confidential Assignment 1’ which was released in 2017. This time with Hyun Bin and Yoo Hae Jin. In addition, Daniel Henney also joined to expand the worldview of ‘Confidential Assignment.
“There were a lot of people who sympathized with Min-young and looked at her. What I felt while filming, I hope that the audience will feel the same way while watching the movie.”
Yoona held an online video interview on the 6th and talked about the movie ‘Confidential Assignment 2: International’ which was director Lee Seok-hoon, provided and distributed by CJ ENM, and part 2 of this will be released tomorrow (7th). ‘Confidential Assignment 2‘ is about North Korean detective Rim Cheol-ryeong (Hyun Bin) who meets again to catch a global criminal organization, South Korean detective Kang Jin-tae (Yoo Hae-jin), and the New Face foreign FBI Jack (Daniel Henney). An unpredictable triangular coordination investigation.
In the second episode following the first episode, Yoona showed off her sweet and lovely charm as Park Min-young, Kang Jin-Tae’s sister-in-law. “Min-young is an idiot. She’s a brazen person, so it can be seen that I acted in a comic, but I was faithful to the character. (Laughs) I would be very grateful if you could tell me that I was good at comic acting,” she said with a laugh.
Yoona expressed her gratitude for learning a lot while acting with Hyun Bin and Yoo Hae Jin. “Thanks to Hyun Bin Oppa, whom I can rely on just for being, and Yoo Hae-jin, who was friendly even though he was a senior, her filming site was good. In particular, I filmed more with Yoo Hae-jin, who plays the role of brother-in-law, and he treats me comfortably enough that I usually call him ‘brother-in-law’. She was able to learn a lot just by being able to act as a partner of a senior,” she said.
Regarding Daniel Henney, she said, “He’s gentle. He is also very good at acting. (Laughs) Since he speaks Korean well, there was no problem with communication. I was able to shoot well in a friendly atmosphere on set.”
“Confidential Assignment 1” was my debut film and I thought that I would be very happy if I did it again because it was the role of Min-young who was loved. Rather than thinking about appearing, it was a project that we could do together if our seniors did it again. So, I didn’t think too much about my appearance. I think I have grown as a character by maintaining a sense of privacy and being able to collaborate.”
Yoona continued, “This is my first time doing a sequel. Because part one received a lot of love, it seems that a sequel could be released. I am grateful to be able to participate together, and I am curious to see how the audience will see the second part.”
Yoona is currently meeting viewers through the MBC Friday-Saturday drama ‘Big Mouse‘ It’s good that ‘Big Mouse’ is loved by her fans. It was interesting when I read the script, but I didn’t know that I would be loved enough to ask everyone who met me, ‘Who is Big Mouse? It feels so good,” she said. She then praised Lee Jong-suk, who worked with her in acting, saying, “Jong-suk Oppa did a very detailed and delicate performance.”
Yoona said, “I didn’t know if I would be active at the same time, but I didn’t get tired of choosing it. The one disappointment was that her physical strength was up and down because her schedule was crowded all at once. She would have been able to show her while enjoying it in better condition, but I feel a little sad.” Yoona also finished her recent album promotions for Girls’ Generation’s 15th anniversary.
The point where Yoona, who is concentrating as an actress, is worried about acting is fresh fun. “The biggest thing is whether I can express myself well. I also think about how much new image I can show you. Of course, I want the results to be good, but the results are unpredictable, so I set goals for how I will grow in the process of making them,” she emphasized.
When asked, ‘Is there a genre you would like to challenge in the future? I want to try various challenges if I can show you a new image or if it is an interesting character.”
Then, about her motto, Yoona said, “I have the saying ‘everything has a meaning. When you think about it like that, you think that even when things are difficult, there must be a reason. Some parts can be skipped over like that, so I think everything has meaning. I try to find peace of mind by accepting it that way.”