Actor Song Joong Ki recently said he is very different from Maru in KBS 2TV’s drama series Nice Guy.
On November 16, at a press interview, which was held in celebration of finishing the series, Song said, “If I were Maru, I wouldn’t take my lover’s guilt upon myself.”
In the series, Maru (played by Song Joong Ki) used to be a medical student but goes to jail, taking the guilt of his lover, Jae Hee (played by Park Si Yeon), upon himself as she murders someone.
Song said, “If I were Maru, I would urge her to give herself up. If she asked me to take her guilt upon myself, I would swear at her.”
Regarding the most memorable lines, Song said, “It’s Noona. In some scenes, it was quite awkward to call Jae Hee Noona, so I remains in my memory.” Song also said, “Maru also says to Jae Hee, ‘I cannot promise that I’ll love you, but I can stay with you forever. Will you come to me?’ I was really said when I spoke the part.”
Regarding the most memorable scenes, Song said, “I was sad when I shot the scene of Maru saying to Jae Hee, ‘I feel nothing for you now,’ and crying alone. I also remember the scene of Jae Gil having a drink with Maru after finding out that Maru is about to die and the scene of Maru kissing Eun Gi in Japan. The kissing scene was really pretty with a castle in the background.”