Actress Han So-hee has shared that stunt sequences seen in Okay-drama sequence My Identify have been carried out with no stunt double.
The South Korean actress informed KoreaJoongAng Every day on October 20 that she had undergone bodily coaching for almost 4 months previous to the filming of My Identify to arrange for her motion sequences. The publication additionally famous that her work on the sequence was her first time taking up an action-centred function.
“I wasn’t that aware of bodily coaching, so I knew that the outcomes would repay solely after I practiced laborious, and actually devoted my time,” Han revealed. “As I went into capturing, I realized that I wanted to make my actions larger and wider to ensure that them to essentially present on the display screen, so it was positively vital to make the sequences acquainted to my physique.”
Han additionally shared that the forged and crew of My Identify have been “actually dedicated to the rehearsals for the motion scenes”. She additionally talked about her ideas as she watched the ultimate product of the present’s motion sequences, including that she may “see how drained everybody was, together with me” as she thought in regards to the effort that went behind them. “I felt like we actually put in a variety of laborious work.”
My Identify revolves round Ji-woo (portrayed by Han So-hee), a girl who turns into pushed by revenge after witnessing her father’s homicide. The sequence follows her path of turning into a member of her father’s prison gang, to later infiltrating the legislation enforcement company concerned within the homicide.
My Identify, Netflix’s brand-new motion crime sequence, is shaping as much as be one other world hit. The present at present sits within the prime ten of Netflix’s charts in a number of nations, and is simply bested by Squid Sport, Maid and the third season of You globally.