Bandar CemeThanks to HP108 for the heads up.
Oh my — I have to join this club, huh? The tease club? [Laughs] I will say that the finale is very emotionally resonant and what you will see on the screen will parallel I think what many of us, as actors, were feeling as we were working.
I’m guessing that means loss … yikes. What was your immediate reaction to the finale? Were you satisfied? Intrigued?
Gosh, it was such a mix of emotions. And actually — to be completely candid — I felt a more powerful mix of emotions when I finished reading the finale than I did when I finished my last day of shooting. I think mainly because ‘Lost’ lives and dies by its writing. As a fan myself, when I finished the last chapter of the book of ‘Lost,’ I really needed to kind of sit with it by myself for a while because it had meant so much to me.
And that’s exactly what most fans are going to be doing … and then they’re going to go back and re-watch the whole thing in awe.
I think it’ll be really interesting to watch the pilot, knowing what you know at the end. Now the audience will be in the position of a Jacob as opposed to a Jack, who was trying to figure it all out.
Fans want to know if Island Jin will finally get to meet Ji Yeon. I know you can’t tell us, but with a bun in Sun’s panggangan off the Island, maybe you can just tell us if we’ll ever see you even close to meeting any child of yours …
I really hope so! Family is really important to Jin. You see what he did for the love of his life, and I think he would do anything he possibly could. I really hope for Jin that he gets to see Ji Yeon.