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Did you know? CGI made possible those ‘Vincenzo’ scenes set in Italy

Did you know? CGI made possible those ‘Vincenzo’ scenes set in Italy

If you’ve been wondering how tvN pulled those scenes of Song Joong-ki set in Italy from the Korean series “Vincenzo” (in the middle of a pandemic, no less), we’re here to tell you this: you’re not alone. And now, after weeks of getting caught in a mind-boggling situation, we finally have an answer: computer-generated imagery made those scenes possible! 

Did you know? CGI made possible those ‘Vincenzo’ scenes set in Italy

Yes, we also find it hard to believe. Like yes, we know the power of the chroma key. But it’s those scenes were just too real, weren’t they? Well, Netflix actually released side-by-side clips showing the raw footage and the finished product — and we’re speechless. Honestly, we can’t help but say chroma lang malakas! 

About Vincenzo

Vincenzo’s anti-hero Vincenzo Cassano (Song Joong-ki) is a consigliere to an Italian mafia. After ending up in Korea, he encounters some odd neighbors and gets embroiled in a fight against a formidable opponent. With lawyer Hong Cha Young (Jeon Yeo-been), they punish evil with evil and seek revenge. While there are epic battles to look forward to, there will be some comedic and cute moments to enjoy as well.

READ: ‘Vincenzo’ and ‘Sisyphus’ are two K-Dramas you should tune into on Netflix right now


Watch the trailer below: 

New episodes come out on Netflix every Saturday and Sunday at 10 PM Philippine Standard Time.

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