Drama “Memory”‘s director Park Chan Hong talked about the burdens that he has about with the former piece “Signal.”
On March 10, there was a production presentation of the new tvN Friday/Saturday drama “Signal” (script Kim Ji Woo, director Park Chan Hong) in Seoul Sung Dong Gu, Wang Ship Ri, Dinoche Convention.
Meanwhile, “Memory” is about a law firm attorney Park Tae Suk (played by Lee Sung Min) who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s who takes on the last battle of his life. He has the final chance to seek what is valuable in life as he embraces the love of family. The best thing is that this is a collaboration of the most esteemed director and writer duo.
On this day, Director Park Chan Hong answered the question of whether he was burdened by the fact that “Signal” was the predecessor piece of the new drama “Memory.” He said, “I’m good colleagues with director Kim Hyo Suk that made the drama “Incomplete Life.” Watching “Signal” I was really impressed with what a perfect drama it was. It would be a lie to say that I’m not burdened.”