Lee Jong Suk and Park Hae Jin Attend First Script Reading for ‘Doctor Stranger’
Photos from the script reading of Doctor Stranger have been revealed.
A set of photos were released on April 1, showing the cast members of SBS’ upcoming drama Doctor Stranger attending the drama’s first script reading on February 11 at SBS′ production center in Ilsan, Gyeonggi province.
The script reading was attended by Jin Hyuk PD, writers Park Jin Woo and Kim Ju as well as the cast members, including Lee Jong Suk, Park Hae Jin, Kang So Ra and more.
Introducing each cast member before the script reading began, Jin Hyuk PD said, “It feels special to be working with Lee Jong Suk again, who worked with me for his debut project. Let’s all work hard together.”
Taking the role of ‘Park Hoon,’ a genius doctor from North Korea, Lee Jong Suk flawlessly pulled off the North Korean accent and acted out the character as if he was filming and further discussed the character with Jin Hyuk PD afterwards.
Park Hae Jin, who will be acting as cold-hearted elite doctor ‘Han Hae Joon’ also pulled off his character with his tone of voice and controlled breathing.
After the four-hour-long script reading, production company Aura Media stated, “The cast members, including Lee Jong Suk and Park Hae Jin, all showed great acting although it was only a script reading. I hope the viewers can all see the acting that even surprised the production team. Please show your love.”
Meanwhile, Doctor Stranger will air the first episode on April 28.
Photo credit: Aura Media