After MBC's "Missing 9" ended, actor Choi Tae Joon sat down for an interview and revealed about his experience while filming the drama.
According to Soompi, during the interview Choi Tae Joon said he didn't really realize that the drama has ended. In fact, he felt it during the interviews.
Sharing his experience he said, "We filmed on Jeju Island and stayed in a dorm together with the other actors, and so we made a lot of great memories together. It was tough work, but I miss it now that it's over."
The actor also revealed how he played his character and what he focused on while playing the character. He went on to say, "My character did a lot of murdering, but he didn't murder them for the same reasons. So I wanted to make sure it was different each time. Of course, murder can't be justified for any reason."
Adding on, Tae Joon went on to say how he tried hard to present his character as an anti-hero and not a villain, "But I wanted to make it so that when the viewers saw my character, they wouldn't see him as someone they simply hate. I wanted to them to see that he was hurt, and that he could be sympathized with."
He was asked out of all the murders his character commits, which one was the hardest of all. The actor explained saying, "Chanyeol was so tall that it was hard. And then after killing him, I had to drag him, but he's such a well-built young man that he was too heavy to drag. On top of that, I had a cracked rib at the time. It was hard, but it worked out in the end."