Actors Park Hyung-sik and Han So-hee starred in Disney+’s First K drama, Soundtrack #1. The limited K-drama had a short run of four episodes but told a perfect story of two lifetimes best friends meeting love. Park’s character, Sun-woo, has been in love with his best friend for years, but has never told her. Park gives his two cents for what he thinks unrequited love is like.
“Soundtrack #1” shows the development from friends to lovers
Sun-woo has been best friends with Eun-soo (Han) since high school. Along the way, he started looking at Eun-soo with love that goes beyond friendship. After first loving Eun-soo in a platonic way and forming a strong bond, Sun-woo is afraid to admit it. He doesn’t want to lose his friendship if she doesn’t feel the same way.
Sun-woo, both adults, is a photographer while Eun-soo is an aspiring copywriter. One day, Eun-soo asks Sun-woo to stay with her for a few days. Their days together push the boundaries of their friendship. As Sun-woo tries to contain his emotions, Eun-soo comes to a shocking realization of what’s really going on.
Soundtrack #1 adequately tells the story of unrequited love in the name of Sun-woo. It shows viewers what it means to spend every day keeping your love under wraps and what happens when the other person is confronted with their own feelings.
Park Hyun-sik believes that unrequited love is difficult, just like in “Soundtrack” #1
In a press Interview for Disney+, Park and Han discuss their characters, how they deal with love and the overall message of K-Drama. See as Soundtrack #1 focuses heavily on unrequited love, Park was asked how he personally views the subject.
“I think unrequited love is like dark chocolate,” Park said. “Love is love, but I find it bitter and bitter.”
Park’s response amazed the interviewer at how perfect his interpretation was. It was almost rehearsed, but Park explained that he was good at adapting to situations. The actor’s perspective is realistic as Sun-woo enjoys the friendship and bond he has with Eun-soo but is bitter at not being able to love her openly.
Han also addressed Park’s use of food, saying unrequited love is like ready meals. “I think it’s a one-sided love, that you can’t help but keep eating even though you know it’s bad for your health,” Han explained.
Both Park Hyung-sik and Han So-hee choose between love and friendship
Disney+’s Soundtrack #1 begins with Sun-woo choosing to prioritize friendship over love over the last eight to nine years. He’d rather be by Eun-soo’s side as her best friend than ruin what they have if something goes wrong on a date. During the Disney+ interview, Park and Han chose to maintain their friendship or pursue love.
Han replied, “I will choose love.” The actor agreed with the interviewer that making love is better than losing it. Park agreed Soundtrack #1 co-star.
“Once I get emotional, I can’t hide it anymore. Or you have to endure it for the rest of your life. I can’t call myself a friend. So I wanted to confess,” Park explained.
The actor admits it was challenging to understand Sun-woo’s attitude towards love since he hasn’t had a close girlfriend in a long time. Instead, he asked his friends and realized that no matter what type of person, emotions are the same.
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