얼마전입니다. 선생님댁에서 그림을 그리고 있었지요. 선생님은 다소곳하게…… 트위터를 하고계셨고요. ㅎ 어여쁘신 선생님. yfrog.com/hsi8idfmj yfrog.com/ocdeovmj
updated on 29 April 2012 05:26 (KST)
It was not too long ago. I was drawing at the Teacher’s home. And the Teacher was quietly…. tweeting. haha, Adorable/pretty Teacher.
핑크 옷을 뻔뻔스레 입은 쿠감독입니다. 오늘도 올빼미 공부. 누가보면 일등하는줄 알겠습니다ㅎ yfrog.com/o087915227j yfrog.com/h25ecnlj
updated on 28 April 2012 08:08 (KST)
This is Director Koo who has the audacity wear pink colored clothes. Today as before, to all night studying. Someone may misconceive me as a number 1 student. haha
Cre cheerkoo @ soompi
3D short film, “Fragments of Memory”, directed and will be shown at France’s Cannes.
To Ku Hye Sun, the title of “director” is not awkward. She received several awards for her short film Cheerful Caretaker. She also directed a feature film, Magic and is about to open a new feature movie, Peach Tree. She has also directed a short 3D film called Fragments of Memory which will be shown at the France’s Cannes Film Festival next month.
3D filming captivated Director Ku Hye Sun. Her involvement in making a 3D film comes late given that the amazing development of 3D filming craze has already swept the industry. However, albeit a latecomer, her excitement about 3D filming method is boundless and she feels she has experienced a new world. She felt the attractiveness of 3D filming and states that her interest and excitement for it is undescribable. She is even more interested and invested in future 3D productions. Later, she really hopes that she can make 3D stories that children can really enjoy.
Normally Director Ku likes fantasy movies. Afer making a 3D film, she also became interested in the creative and expressive powers of other genres.
“It is not the same kind of imagination that one experiences when seeing a mega box office movie like Avatar. Instead of eliciting through glamorous mega action scenes of grand scale, I struggled hard to magnify the senses and emotions in the movie. Depending on what thoughts and emotions that need to be introduced, I immersed in how to make the elicitation by using ?space and cubic effect?.”
Since 3D work was new to her, she needed to study first. She sought advice from her friend Director Lee SaGang (32). Director Lee has already made 3D MV called “No Way” by Rottyful Sky. Dir Ku says, “As I was making the movie, I just did not like the 2D images.” She had the intense desire to turn each cut into 3D images. Not only the movie-viewer, but the movie-maker also falls into the attraction of 3D.
”I thought that I will have hard time getting used to the equipments. But once I got the basics, I found out that it was very similar to 2D work. They told me that once I fall for it, I will be spellbound and it was true. It took time but I felt the desire to show each cut of the film. It was hard to let go of that desire. I also felt the pressure to exceed expectation. However, I hope that mutual identification/sympathy will be transmitted.
Dir Ku emphasized that 3D-method is not just about sudden pop-up visual stimulation. 3D method is just as effective in bringing out and stimulating the emotions such as the grandfather in Fragments of Memory who breaks into a sob. Dir Ku praises the Korea’s 3D mechanical achievement and how fast it is still developing. She says that the audience also expects to get the message more quickly and more clearly with 3D. She says the expectation is the same for the director.
Dir Ku feels that 3D is appealing to the youth because of the visual stimulation. However, adults have some fear about that. But then realistically speaking, 3D is the reality of the world. What we see through our eyes is not the entire perspective.
Dir Ku remembers that 3D has been close to our everyday lives from long ago. She remembers experiencing wearing the 3D glasses at playgrounds way before 3D film was developed. She also remembers having fun using red and blue cellopane paper to get the 3D effects in her youth.
Ku feels that if 3D images are effectively mixed into the film, even the older adults will adapt to it more easily and will enjoy it. She anticipates that 3D contents will be on the rise and that it will be the natural order of things.
In the past, we had those huge TV’s at homes. Then, somehow, it became natural to have those thin TV’s at home. There is still homework to be done, but people like 3D TV too. Watching those singers on TV would feel even more alive and real. Same with the movies.
Adults are adults but children really love 3D movies/images. She is thinking about making a movie either moderate- or full-length feature for the children. It will be harder than making a short film but I cannot help wanting to make it happen. (laughter)
Not only 3D, but 4D contents are also increasing. She sees this development as very positive. 3D and 4D stimulate human sense of touch and sight and wake up our neurons. They are stimulating the neurons and making them work. It is not that it is comfortable but it is opening up the inactive/shut-in sensibilities and therefore waking up the creative parts of ourselves. By stimulating more of the brain, the effectiveness of its potential is limitless.
She is talented in drawing, writing, and composing. Not only is she taking classes from SGGU’s Film Dept., but she is also taking other courses in different depts. She feels that they all help in directing. They may be from different fields, but they can become the foundation on which thoughts can be organized and further developed. This is the reason why this ambitious person seems multitalented.
Ku Hye Sun excitedly states that one does not easily make 3D by learning a theory but by learning various things, directly trying a hand at filming and facing any obstacles head on. She talked about its own unique attraction and joy of 3D movie and 3D animation. The more 3D mechanism is developed soon we will all increasingly experience the positive qualities of it.
(This para describes KHS’s CV as actress.)
Her directorial CV. In May, she will showcase her 3D short film at Cannes. In June, she will open Peach Tree.
Transaltion: cheerkoo @ soompi
새벽 과제중입니다.머리에 삔을 꼽아보았는데요. 가끔 이런날도 있어야겠지요.사랑받으려면요.ㅎ다시 삔빼고 열공(?)하겠슴니다. yfrog.com/mo3mqtlj yfrog.com/odvbstxj
updated on 27 April 2012 03:30 (KST)
I am in the middle of my homework at dawn. I decided to try putting on a hair pin. I guess we have to have days like this…in order to receive love. hoho. Now, I am going to take off the pin and get back into my serious studying again.
Cre cheerkoo @ soompi
KHS: These days musical effect does not come out directly through stereo.(I did not know that: she is much more a technical person that I thought.)When I experienced music through 3D, the effectiveness was maxmized.
Real existence occupy space. Even a drop of tear has cubic (3D) effect.Unlike 2D, you feel like you can touch it in 3D and that if a hand is thrust out, you feel like you can grab it. If the viewer actually becomes the interactive participant of the speaker, the emotion will be even more well introduced. Those things amazed me.
Just as thin TV replaced the heavy TV in our homes all of a sudden, 3D tv is doing homework to become a regular everyday thing. Then we will be able to experience the singers on TV more live. I want to make a feature length movie or story for the children in 3D. But I also wonder if I can really do it…(a man laughing in the background.)
We have been playing with 3D images for a long time. When we were young, we would want to explore space and the world and we would use red and blue paper glasses. She was asked about how the 3D will affect the world. She says that it will wake up the dormant nerves and neurons and make us even more creative.
Then, KHS greets a goodbye message. She feels that there will be more and more 3D work coming out and she hopes to make it easy for the viewers to watch. She also made a short film Fragments of Memory in 3D and hopes that it will be well received.
If Jiro was a real robot lover, he is willing to offer a discount to sell himself to Ku Hye Sun. He even offers her free trial, but Ku rejects that!
(Skipped the part on drama recap & the most impressive scene which was covered in previous interviews)
If robot lover exists in real world, would they consider buying one? Jiro said, “everyone should want to try, right?” who knows, Ku Hye Sun disagreed, “I will not buy one. It’s better to have a real boyfriend.” Jiro responded, “What if the robot lover was just like me? I can offer you a 20%off, plus free trial!”
Facing Jiro’s persuasion, KU Hye Sun feels a bit uneasy but she rejected at last. “I have lots of appliances at home already! And if I have a real boyfriend, he would help me for free, I don’t even have to spend a penny.”
Though they have disagreement about robot lover, Jiro & Ku Hye Sun were in good chemistry during the interview. Jiro would make jokes sometimes, while Ku would shyly pat on Jiro’s arm.
When they were asked what kind of painting they would give to each other, both of them answered floral painting. Ku looked at Jiro and thought for a while. She said, “I will draw a red rose for him, I think it’s suitable for him.”
Jiro was happy about Ku’s answer, and said, “Do you know Red rose represents love? Then, I will draw you a bunch of roses in Purple, wishing you extreme popularity!”
Translation: meow / loveghs.wordpress.com