Actress Jung Ji So sat down with 'COSMOPOLITAN Korea' to share some behind-the-scene stories from filming 'The Glory'.
Recently, COSMOPOLITAN Korea uploaded a video featuring actress Jung Ji So, who plays the younger version of Moon Dong Eun in the Netflix original series 'The Glory'. Here, Jung Ji So shared some behind-the-scene stories from filming the bullying scenes, garnering attention. She stated, "There were a lot of scenes in the gym where I would get hit and kicked around. During that time, the unnis and oppas who played the role of the bullies would hit me and as soon as they heard the 'cut' [from the director] would immediately rush to me and make sure that I was okay. That big gap [between their characters and real life] was really funny and still remains in my memory today."
When describing her own gap between her and her character Moon Dong Eun, Jung Ji So stated, "I'm usually a bit of a bright person, but I had to stay dark and isolated, so I remember feeling drained. Even when I am bright, my energy completely drains whenever it drains, so I would avoid areas in the [drama] set where the atmosphere was bright, and I wouldn't listen to bright songs. I tried my best to stay sad and depressed."
Watch Jung Ji So's COSMOPOLITAN Korea interview above!
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