Park Chan-kyong: Videos on the official YouTube channel will be constantly viewed by PARKing CHANCE (the Park brothers' production company).
Different videos posted by various Seoul locals and travelers will keep us (engaged) during the editing process.
CNN: What are your favorite places in Seoul?
Park Chan-wook: Itaewon and Hwanamoo Road, also known as Kyungridan, in Yongsan are some of my favorite places in Seoul.
There are many fancy roads with quiet residential areas and countless small streets on the steepest hills.
Also, dainty restaurants and Leeum Art Museum, a place that symbolizes the old and contemporary Korean art, are all located there.
An area like Kyungridan is one of the most "free" places in Seoul with its dynamic vibrant actions from various residents -- ethnic minority groups, homosexual communities, etc.
Park Chan-kyong: I was born in Seoul and have lived in this city for over 40 years. Despite this, Seoul is so dynamic that I still haven't been to many places around the city.
But if I have to pick, a few of my favorite spots would definitely be Euljiro 3-ga and 5-ga, a trail in Bukhansan where I can see the city's skyline, and Changdeokgung Palace, Han River and Inwangsan's Seonbawi.