On the afternoon of the 31st, an interview with Cho Ji-jeong of the movie “Parasite” (Director Bong Joon-ho) was held at a cafe in Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. 

‘Parasite’ is a story of two family members’ encounter that can not be taken care of when the oldest son, Gye-Taek (Song Gangho) and his eldest son Gyu (Choi Woo-sik) It is a family tragedy. Cho was a naive and simple wife of a doctor. 

“I do not want to look big, but it’s right that I’m trying to look at the actions of writing out English words,” said Cho Joo-jung. “The English ambassador was in the scenario, not the ad-lib, but sometimes the bishop said, ‘I think this is the way to do it here.’ It was fun to do it on the spot. .

“It was not easy to make a nuance of a simple” wife “, but” I do not write nuances in the script. Before the shoot, I tried to read lightly between my brother and my family. I felt like it was too difficult from my first god so I should not be sophisticated. “He said,” I was relieved when I asked if it felt like this.

The audience complimented, saying, “It’s too good, and it’s complacent and shy.” Cho said, “I have no intention of doing better than this in the future, but I think I will have to work as hard as I can, and sometimes I get praise or lack of time. I smiled.

‘Parasite’ was released on the 30th. 

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