The Hardest “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” Scenes To Film, According To Actress Park Eun Bin

Those scenes wouldn’t have come together without her dedication.

Actress Park Eun Bin answered ten questions for The Swoon, one of which asked about the hardest scene to film for the breakout hit Extraordinary Attorney Woo she’s starring in.

Like her character Woo Young Woo, Park Eun Bin also felt the weight of the first trial and admitted that all of them were tough to film. She answered, “The hardest scenes were the trails.” Park Eun Bin then revealed the specifics of what made the scenes so complex to prepare for.

Although Park Eun Bin grew comfortable with the long lines Woo Young Woo had, she needed to adjust accordingly to how much longer they were during the trials.

I also needed a lot of time to get used to saying the number of lines I had at the trails, even though I had many lines about whales and law regularly since there’s a certain responsibility Young Woo had at the court.

— Park Eun Bin

It also took time for Park Eun Bin to nail Woo Young Woo’s gestures for all the scenes to come together.

Now I’m used to Young Woo, and I’m okay living as Young Woo. But at first, I had to not only memorize the lines but also act out the body gestures.

There were a lot of things I had to handle. So that was my major task.

— Park Eun Bin

All of Park Eun Bin’s hard work and attention to detail paid off in the form of a lovable character that’s made her way into viewers’ hearts.

Park Eun Bin | @eunbining0904/Instagram

Listen to Park Eun Bin reveal how much effort it took to make those trial scenes come to life.

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