Actor Kim Woo-bin talked about difficulties of filming computer graphics (CG) scenes.
The new work “Alienoid part 1” of director Choi Dong-hoon (“Tazza: The High Rollers”, “Jeon Woo-chi: The Taoist Wizard”, “The Thieves”) depicts an extraordinary story that unfolds as the gates of time open between late Goryeo and the present in 2022, when aliens appear. Kim Woo-bin returned to the screen after 6 years as Guard, a supernatural being who manages and escorts alien prisoners.
To the listener’s curiosity “Since there were many CG scenes, was it difficult for you to film?”, Kim Woo-bin replied, “There were many times when I filmed in front of a green mat. It was embarrassing at first. I filmed in full body spandex suits. When I was alone, I felt more at ease if So Ji-sub, who has broad shoulders, appeared from afar.”
In addition, Kim Woo-bin said that actors Ryu Jun-yeol and Kim Tae-ri made a surprise appearance at the time of his first shoot. He added with a smile, “Fortunately, they came by the end of the shoot. They didn’t see me wearing spandex suits. I could have been embarrassed because we weren’t close back then.”