BY Chin D | Sep 30, 2014 12:04 PM EDT
With "Cart" being his debut film, Do Kyung Soo had a lot of thoughts about being part of the production.
On September 30, upcoming movie "Cart" held a press conference in Apgujeong, and EXO's rising star Do Kyung Soo was in attendance along with the rest of the cast and staff.
When asked about how different filming for a movie and drama is, he admitted, "I don't think there is a big difference for the two. In both projects, I was able to learn from great senior actors, and work with talented production teams. I'm just happy that they accepter me. I worked just as hard in 'Cart' as I did in 'It's Okay, It's Love.'"
He also said, "I'm glad that I was able to have a movie debut. Even before I was accepted for the role, I had a lot of worries about acting as my character because he's a rebel. I wasn't like that when I was a teenager, so I had a lot of reservations about portraying him. It was difficult."
On acting alongside veteran actress Yeom Jung Ah, who portrayed the role of his mother in the film, he shared, "The first time I met her, I was very nervous, but as time passed, we were able to become closer. She took care of me like her own son, and as a result, I become more comfortable on set."
He reiterated, "Acting in the movie was more comfortable for me because of her help."
In addition, he said, "I didn't have a lot of chances to film with the other senior actors because most of my scenes were filmed with my character's mom, but because I wanted to greet the other actors, I went to visit them when they filmed their scenes."
"Cart" is about a group of grocery workers who fight for their right after they were unjustly fired from their jobs.
It received invitation from the Toronto International Film Festival, and the Busan International Film Festival.
"Cart" is scheduled to premiere on November.
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