Park Seo Joon, who played a professional soccer player in “Dream”, recalled the training process and said, “I felt like throwing up.”
Park Seo Joon expressed his feelings at the press conference of the movie “Dream” (directed by Lee Byeong Heon) held at Megabox Seongsu in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on March 30th.
Park Seo Joon shared, “I usually went to the morning soccer club, but it was not easy to play the role of a soccer player and get in shape. Fortunately, I observed a lot of players because I like soccer, so I knew ‘I have to make this kind of visual’. However, even if I could create a similar visual, skills weren’t something I could keep up with.”
He also raised prospective audiences’ expectations by saying “There were also sloppy parts that I could see. It was hard to catch each one of those things. I trained a lot, and I felt like throwing up. It was difficult to run for a while on the futsal field, so I tried to boost my stamina.”
Meanwhile, the movie “Dream”, which will be released on April 26th, revolves around Hong Dae (Park Seo Joon), a football player who receives disciplinary provision and is given the challenging job of coaching the national football team of homeless people for the Homeless World Cup.