“Parasite” star Park So Dam talks about overcoming cancer

an actress Park Soo Dam’s new period movie a ghost It premiered in South Korea yesterday. the parasite And Youth Record The star plays Yuriko, the general secretary to the Japanese government during the Japanese occupation of the country in 1933.

The film follows a group of individuals, each suspected of being a spy known as a “Phantom”, planted by the independence revolutionaries to gather intelligence from deep within the Governor-General of Gyeongseong (now known as Seoul).

The suspects will be “gathered” at a remote hotel located on a remote cliff, and no one will be able to get out until the ghost is found.

Recently, Park spoke to AllKpop.com about filming while battling thyroid cancer, which she was diagnosed with midway through filming. a ghost.

She said: During the first half of 2021 when I was shooting a ghostI didn’t know I was sick. I dreaded being on set, and cried because I questioned my acting skills. But those were the signals my body was sending me. I just thought it was just fatigue.”

Then she recorded her voice a ghost her turn while awaiting biopsy results, after her doctor told her she would have lost her voice if treatment had been delayed.

To prepare for the film’s action scenes, Park first had to increase her stamina, which she did by jogging with a 4kg gun.

She also discovered that shooting came naturally to her.

She underwent major surgery for her condition last year, shortly before her other movie Special delivery premiere. At the time, she said her voice “didn’t come out” and she was unable to move.

“These days, I’m doing Pilates while on hormonal medication and my body is trying to get back into its old routine.”

Park also says the whole cancer experience has been a blessing in disguise, giving her time to invest in herself, which the actress said was previously impossible due to her permanent employment.

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