“I believe the drama will show the most about myself.” Yoon Kye-Sang expressed his excitement for the upcoming release of “Kiss Sixth Sense.” In an interview, he discussed his character, Cha Min-Hoo, in-depth, as well as how he prepared for the role.
In the drama “Kiss Sixth Sense,” Cha Min-Hoo is a man with ten times the senses of ordinary people, including hearing, vision, smell, taste, and touch. He is sensitive and picky because he has seen, heard, and felt far more than is necessary, but he is also a person who has done well in the advertising business by using his skills.
Yoon Kye-Sang described Cha Min-Hoo as “a really pure person.” “He is a wonderful man who acts as a helper behind others so that his loved one does not get hurt or sick easily,” he explained. “He understands how to sacrifice for others, and he acts for the sake of his loved ones rather than his own greed,” he said.
To act as Cha Min-Hoo in “Kiss Sixth Sense,” Yoon Kye-Sang needed to find a way to express reality rather than excessive fantasy. That’s how he came up with the idea for a scene in which Cha Min-Hoo wears sunglasses and headphones.
“It was fun to discuss the idea that I came up with after a long period of thought with the director and the writer,” he said. “When I found some parts of myself that I thought would be similar to Min-Hoo’s, I used them in my acting.”
When asked what the benefits and drawbacks of having excessive sensitivity are, he said, “The advantage is that I can adjust everything to the person I love, but the disadvantage is that I have to endure unwanted moments.” On the question of which of Cha Min-Hoo’s abilities he preferred the most, Yoon Kye-Sang chose great vision. “I like to watch my everyday life,” he said. “I want to capture the peaceful moments, like when dogs play in the yard or when leaves blow in the wind.”
Yoon Kye-Sang stated that while filming “Kiss Sixth Sense,” he experienced mature love. “Min-Hoo and Ye-Sul have to go back to concentrate on work even after they had unexpected physical contact,” he explained. “They would have been embarrassed, surprised, and excited, but they would also have realized that they had to return to their daily work.”
“I thought the reality of office romance was that there was a clear distinction between work and personal life,” he added. “I hope you enjoy those parts.”