Seo Kang Joon And Gong Seung Yeon Share Thoughts After Conclusion Of “Are You Human, Too”

Seo Kang Joon and Gong Seung Yeon have talked about how they feel as “Are You Human, Too” has come to its end.

“Are You Human, Too” is about robot Namsin III who takes the place of his human counterpart, Nam Shin (both played by Seo Kang Joon), the heir to a conglomerate. He falls in love with Kang So Bong (played by Gong Seung Yeon), his bodyguard.

In a behind-the-scenes video, Seo Kang Joon talked about what it was like concluding filming for the pre-produced drama. He commented, “This is the last shoot. We’re done with the last filming. [Our drama] had sci-fi, politics, and even a sweet romance. Because it was a drama with a combination of a lot of genres, it was hard, and the staff members had a difficult time, as well. But thinking back on it as time has passed, I think I have grown a lot.”

With the conclusion of the “Are You Human, Too” broadcast, the two leads shared their thoughts via their agencies.

Seo Kang Joon stated, “Hello, this is Seo Kang Joon. I remember the first shoot where I was excited and scared to take on the dual roles as well as the unfamiliar subject of artificial intelligence. It feels a bit that it’s coming to an end as I think about the staff members and actors including myself putting in all of our strength together to create valuable scenes. Thank you to everyone who empathized with and loved ‘Are You Human, Too’ as well as the human Nam Shin and robot Namsin III. I will work hard to greet you as an actor who improves even further. Thank you.”

Gong Seung Yeon commented, “‘Are You Human, Too’ has ended after receiving lots of interest and love. As I was so happy filming from last summer to watching the show this summer, I’m a bit sad that it ended. As I send off ‘Are You Human, Too,’ I am going to miss So Bong, and I hope you will all miss her, too. Thank you to all the viewers who have watched ‘Are You Human, Too’ until now.”

“Are You Human, Too” aired its last episode on August 7 at 10 p.m. KST.