May 18, 2015
The Rise of a Tomboy is a movie Jung Il-woo made 8 years after his previous one “My Love.” Jung Il-woo was very excited but also very nervous about doing this film as it was his first one abroad. Because of his increase popularity in China, a lot of media from this country attended the conference…just look at all those microphones!
I found photos and videos taken from different media companies. Cr. On them!
This is a translated from Chinese Transcript of the last video. Not very good but it’s better than nothing!
South Korea’s popular idol Ding Yiyu’s first Chinese film, the romantic love film “The Perfect Love for Women”, was shot in Beijing. The film tells the story of the heroine who does not believe in love (Zhao Liying plays) trying to find the perfect lover with mathematical formulas, and then slowly understands the story of true love. South Korea’s popular Ou Ba Ding Yi Yu plays the role of CEO of an information and communication company. He is a highly educated, high-quality, high-income “three high” male god. The film is scheduled to be released in 2015. Recently, the fan network (hereinafter referred to as “powder”) exclusive class “female man” crew, zero-distance interview with warm men Oubadin Yiyu (hereinafter referred to as “Ding”), director Guo Dalei (hereinafter referred to as “Guo”) also accepted the visit.
Powder: The impressions of Ding Yiyu are mostly gentle and considerate, gentlemen, gentlemen, and shy. How do you understand the warm man yourself, do you think you are a warm man?
Ding: The image of warm man is better. I am very grateful to this warm man in “Women”. Very suitable, because the image of the warm man is very close, so I will find me to play this role!
Powder: The female man and the two framing, as a “image poet”, Sydney shooting, is there a link to underwater shooting? Re-create underwater fantasy?
Guo: Sydney is mainly based on the University of Sydney and some ancient buildings, as well as some shots from the sea. The shots under the sea are shot in Palau, because now Sydney is winter.
Powder: Does Yiyu like pets?
Ding: I have a dog at home, I like dogs very much. The name of the dog is “Ayu.”
Powder: In the love scene that has been taken, does the love of “Tomboy” have a different feeling?
Ding: I started to enter the entertainment industry from a young age. There are fewer people who can rely on my work, so I really like the female type. For the first time in this movie, I worked with a Tomboy. In fact, Zhao Liying is also a Tomboy, very similar.
Guo: The original intention of this filming “Women” is that there are many Tomboy around, and they have a lot of hardships that they can’t say. Many parents are also forced to marry, and they are under great pressure. We want to say a few words for them through this drama. Why don’t you have a love, but you can’t get married. Let’s talk about the women, but now it’s an urgent thing. Although it is a comedy, the center is still very impressive. Many of these types of female friends around me are eager to speak for them. The female man is actually very gentle, but it is not easy.
Powder: Heroes, lawyers, princes, and CEOs are all roles of Gao Fushuai. Have you ever thought about subverting this image and have other characters that you especially want to try?
Ding: There are so many characters to play, but I often say that actors must be like white papers in order to digest new characters and play new acting skills. Every time after the end of the work, I will try to return myself to zero and return to the white paper state. But this time, you will see a lot of different styles, and everyone can pay more attention.
Powder: Excuse me, what is the current shooting progress? Is there any interesting content on the film that can be shared with us?
Guo: Today’s progress is just over half, the total is 60 days, today is the 31st day. Most of them are shot in Sydney and Palau. The most fun thing on the set (laugh) is that I took him (Ding Yiyu) to eat mutton. He especially likes to eat. I am a little regretful today. When I am close, I will be a bit “chubby” (Ding Yiyu touches her face)
Ding: I actually like hot pot very much. Today, the director strongly recommends it (so I went). Sichuan cuisine, Hunan cuisine, etc. are very much liked. I have been active in China for some time, but this time the “The Rise of Tomboy” is my first work in China. I am very fortunate to be able to get such a good guide from such a good director. I am very honored.
Powder: Can you say hello to friends of Fan Net?
Ding: I am very happy to meet you again. This time, my first work in China, I hope that everyone will support and look forward to it. I will show you better acting skills. I hope that my efforts can be exchanged for more support.