MBC’s new drama “A Good Day to Be a Dog” has shared a glimpse behind the scenes of filming!
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Based on the webtoon of the same name, “A Good Day to Be a Dog” is a fantasy romance drama about a woman who is cursed to transform into a dog when she kisses a man. However, the only person who can undo her curse is a man who is afraid of dogs due to a traumatic event he can no longer remember.
In newly released behind-the-scenes photos from the filming set, stars ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo, Park Gyu Young, and Lee Hyun Woo are consummate professionals as they pore over their scripts and carefully monitor their own performances with laser focus.
However, despite their serious attitude when it comes to their work, the three actors say they also had a lot of fun behind the scenes. Cha Eun Woo shared, “Because I’m close with Park Gyu Young and Lee Hyun Woo, I think I laughed a lot while we were filming.”
As for a particularly memorable anecdote from the shoot, Cha Eun Woo recalled, “I remember that for the scene where I had to kiss the dog, I applied cat food to my lips before filming.”
Meanwhile, Park Gyu Young spoke highly of her co-stars, remarking, “I filmed the most scenes with Cha Eun Woo [for the drama], and we talked a lot about the script. He seemed to be a really meticulous actor who thinks a lot and carefully ponders over even the smallest details, so I think that helped me film the drama just as passionately.”
She continued, “Although I’m the same age as Lee Hyun Woo, he’s a much more experienced actor than I am, and he always made everyone on set happy with his gentle energy. Because I spent a lot of time working with actors around my age, I was able to comfortably focus on my acting and also have fun at times.”
Finally, Lee Hyun Woo commented, “While the three of us—Park Gyu Young, Cha Eun Woo, and I—were filming together, I remember that Park Gyu Young often said that just seeing the two of us was fun and made her happy. That’s how good the chemistry between the actors was, and because we were so happy, I think the atmosphere on the filming set was captured well and shone through in the drama as well. I hope that energy can be conveyed to viewers and that you’ll enjoy it together with us.”
The third episode of “A Good Day to Be a Dog” will air on October 18 at 9 p.m. KST.