The Drama ‘Eve’ Is A New Revenge Romance Drama About A Chaebol’s 2 Trillion Won (Approximately $1.7 Billion) Divorce Lawsuit That Shocked The Entire Nation.
tvN’s newest drama “Eve” has just released a behind the scenes video of the first two episodes. “Eve” is a new revenge romance drama about a 2 trillion won (approximately $1.7 billion) chaebol divorce lawsuit that shocked the entire nation. Unbeknownst to the public, the lawsuit was the result of a carefully calculated revenge scheme spanning 13 years. Seo Ye Ji plays Lee Ra El, an attractive dangerous woman at the center of a divorce lawsuit, while Park Byung Eun plays Kang Yoon Kyum, CEO of LY Group.
The behind-the-scenes video begins with Seo Ye Ji’s appearance at a party as her character begins her quest for revenge. He then meets with Park Byung Eun, where he practices his lines by asking if he knows how to play the bandoneon, which is an instrument similar to an accordion. Prior to filming, Seo Ye Ji received guidance from a professional to appear as a skilled musician.
Park Byung Eun has another skill that must be mastered before filming another scene, namely dancing the tango. While the staff wandered around the room, the actor moved back and forth as he practiced his dance steps. At one point, he stopped after finishing the loop and put his hands on his head from being dizzy and then made excited gestures after receiving approval from professional dancers on set.
Next, Yoo Sun appears on the stairs, playing her role as Han So Ra, the sophisticated wife of Kang Yoon Gyum. Despite his cold and haughty appearance when the camera plays, he is full of laughter and smiles behind the scenes. He also took on the role of acting coach for children on set, showing him how to express fear in his eyes. Yoo Sun cheered him on as he followed his advice, saying, “You did a great job! Do it like that.”
In another scene, Jung Hae Kyun sits quietly eating a snack while filming an important scene involving Lee Ra El’s father. Lee Sang Yeob appeared on set and picked up the pipe as if he was going to use it in a fight scene, but the director joked, “Don’t hold it,” which made him shyly apologize and put it down. Lee Sang Yeob then rehearsed his every move to make sure the scene ran smoothly without incident. After that, he walked by the camera and sighed, “Ah, I’m tired.”