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'Miss Panda and Hedgehog' Precious Cameos You Don't Want to Miss"Miss Panda and Hedgehog" has a lot of special appearances by random individuals.
Channel A weekend mini-series "Miss Panda and Hedgehog" is showing off actors who seem to have a lot of influence and make you wonder who they are. Many of them actually turn out to be real people who are actually working in the industry.
In a scene where Super Junior's Donghae went to the butcher to buy meat, the butcher actually turned out to be movie director Kim Hae Gon, who is known for many movies such as "A Better Tomorrow" and he even appeared in "A Bittersweet Life." He was known for cameos in movies that he was involved with.
He said, "I appeared because I was friends with the director and the writers. I had never appeared in a drama before but it was really fun because I got to portray a very impressive and interesting character. Donghae seemed like a very talented actor and I was able to learn a lot from Park Geun Hyung."
Other directors like Hwang Byeong Gook, who is known for very unique movies like "The Client," also made an appearance as an assistant to a star cake baker. He said, "I made lots of memories learning how to make cakes and though the drama format was a little strange to me, I was able to complete the shoot without much trouble thanks to the other actors."
Hong Seung Ki, who plays the role of Kang Eun Bi (Yoo Soyoung)'s father's lawyer, is actually a lawyer in real life and has appeared as a lawyer in a movie in 2004 and will appear in "Wolf Boy."
He said, "I appeared because I had a special relationship with the writer. My voice isn't great because I've been giving a lot of lectures but I tried my best. It was hard to adjust to the fast pace of drama shooting but it was very fun."
Professor Kang Eun Sook will appear as a food stylist who will teach the lawyer how to coordinate food table settings, adding a layer of reality to the drama.
The professor said, "The writer gave me a very exciting opportunity so I made an appearance. I really enjoyed myself and I was really proud that our cakes appeared on screen in a very positive light."
"Miss Panda and Hedgehog" airs every weekend.