Jo Jung Suk : Di uso ang plastikan sa ‘Hospital Playlist’
Isa na nga siguro sa pinakamemorableng drama ni Jo Jung Suk ang katatapos na season 2 ng “Hospital Playlist.” Siya ang gumanap na isa sa limang magkakaibigang doctors ng Yulje Hospital bilang surgery professor na si Lee Ik Jun.
Ang papel niya ang sa isa pinaka-well-loved character ng drama, along with his romance with another lead, si Joen Mi Do o si Chae Song Hwa .
Tinanong ang actor kung ang nakikitang friendship, chemistry na meron sila sa Hospital Playlist ay pareho lang ba kung ano sila sa set or off-cam.
Sabi ni Jo Jung Suk, “I spent a lot of time with the ’99s friends because we not only filmed the drama together, but we also practiced for the band together. We’ve grown so accustomed to being together that I think it’ll feel strange that we’re not able to meet often anymore. Ik Jun and Song Hwa’s mutual romance was something that developed naturally within the friendship of the ’99s, so that’s probably why the viewers were able to tenderly relate with it. As shown in the making-of videos, the atmosphere on set was comfortable and jovial as if I was with long-time friends. I’m so thankful that I was able to act with such amazing actors in a pleasant environment, and our connection seems to feel more precious with time.”
So, maliwanag na walang plastikang naganap sa set ng ‘Hospital Playlist’.
Kung meron man daw isang ikinaka-proud si Jung Suk sa nagtapos nilang drama, ito ay ang maraming messages na natatanggap nila na nadagdagan ang knowledge nila sa medical . At mas marami raw ang naging aware sa importance ng organ donors.
Ayon nga sa actor, “I think the production will remain as a comfortable memory that will suddenly come to my mind.” He shared that he was proud to hear that many viewers had gained more medical knowledge through the drama and that the number of people who wanted to be organ donors had grown because of it.
Sabi pa niya, “As an actor, I felt that the people around me as I live on are a huge source of comfort, and it’s more meaningful that I could share that with those who watched the drama. My ’99s friends that I enjoyed spending time with, the many actors, the director, writer, and staff, all of them will remain in my heart for a long time. This being my first long-term drama with seasons, I think it will be an even more special memory.”
Sa huli, nagpasalamat nga ito sa lahat ng nagmahal sa dalawang season ng kanilang drama.
Aniya, “I’d like to sincerely thank the viewers who cherished and loved ‘Hospital Playlist’ until now. Thanks to your love and support for not only the drama, but also Mido and Falasol’s songs and performances, I was able to gather my energy and wrap up the drama well. I once again thank the Sand Grains (nickname for Mido and Falasol’s fans) for providing me with energy, and I will see you again through my next project “Nation of Happiness.”