Kwak Seon-young renews license to play ‘Crash’
Kwak Seon-young renews license to play ‘Crash’
Actress Kwak Sun-young said that she did not enjoy driving before doing 'Crash', but through the work, she started driving again.

On the afternoon of the 21st, Kwak Sun-young conducted an interview related to the ENA drama 'Crash' at a cafe located in Gangnam-gu, Seoul and told various stories. On this day, he spread warmth by personally gifting flowers he had bought in the morning to each and every reporter. Throughout the interview, he expressed his affection for ‘Crash’ by answering sincerely and truthfully in a calm tone.

'Crash' is a no-break, straight-forward investigative drama about a traffic crime investigation team that eliminates villains on the road until the end. In the play, Kwak Sun-young plays Min So-hee, the TCI ace squad leader at Namgang Police Station. 'Crash' ranked second in ENA drama history after 'Weird Lawyer Woo Young-woo', bringing happiness to the actors and production team.

When asked if there was a part that particularly resonated with her as a female driver while playing 'Crash', Kwak Sun-young answered 'revenge driving'. He added, "I heard that 1-2 cases of retaliatory driving are reported to the police station every day. I sympathized a lot because it seemed like a situation that could be easily seen even if it was not reported."
Kwak Seon-young renews license to play ‘Crash’
Kwak Seon-young renews license to play ‘Crash’
He also talked about what he personally experienced while driving. Kwak Seon-young said, "It was a long time ago, but I had a memorable experience. He chased me from behind and followed me sideways. He told me to stop the car. I was so scared. I stopped and asked what I had done wrong. I guess I was foolish. “He said, ‘Just go for it,’” he said, sharing his experience.

Kwak Sun-young wondered, “I think I usually avoid driving very safely, but I still don’t know what made him feel uncomfortable.” He also explained that after the accident, he once again felt the importance of seat belts.

He said he had been in a serious accident on the highway in the past. Kwak Sun-young said, "I was in the passenger seat when I got into an accident caused by a drowsy driver. I wasn't seriously injured, but I barely drove after that. It wasn't a trauma, but I was so scared that I couldn't do it well." He continued, “I like to use public transportation. I rarely encounter ‘villains.’”

Kwak Sun-young said that through her work, she had to drive a lot for the first time in a long time. He smiled and said positively, “Thanks to ‘Crash,’ I can drive again. I renewed my license and got behind the wheel again.”

Ten Asia Reporter Lee So-jeong forusojung@tenasia.co.kr translated by google