Ji Sang-Ryeol exposed Park Joon-Geum’s love toward Park Yoochun.
In JTBC ‘With You’ broadcasted in August 13th, Ji Sang-Ryeol and Park Joon-Geum pushed Ahn Moon-Sook’s blind date. Before the blind date, Ji-Sang-Ryeol said that the partner is younger than her. Ahn Moon-Sook also replied that she prefers younger to same-age and older.
Ji Sang-Ryeol said “Don’t you cover up to Micky Yoochun?” and stated that Park Joon-Geum chose Park Yoochun whom she hoped to virtually marry. After that, Ji Sang-Ryeol chose SISTAR as his favorite idol and wanted them to make him their nephew. Park Joon-Geum refuted that her mind was same.
However, Ji Sang-Ryeol exposed “she thought Micky Yoochun as her boyfriend”. He made people laugh as being jealous “she’ll look at Park Yoochun even if her husband exists”.
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Even among 6 men bursting energy within a tight space, actress Han Yeri was not overwhelmed. No, rather the opposite. The character Hong Mei in movie [Sea Fog] could have been used as a tool to progress the story of the 6 men but when she met Han Yeri, it felt like the role has been resuscitated and she became so vivid and real.
Han Yeri also said that she is very pleased that this female character was able to come alive. Even in the original scenario, she liked this female character Hong Mei because the role was different from those female characters who just got consumed in movies so far. And when she hears reporters saying that they only see Hong Mei in her, Han Yeri happily laughed out loud. As an actress in Korea, she hopes more scenes will be written for female roles from now.
“When I get the script for [Sea Fog], I really wanted to take on this role both because of the movie and also because of the potential sales. But more than that, it was because the character Hong Mei was written in a very colorful way. I thought it’s been a while since Korean movie has produced such a female character and as an actress would want to play this role. I hope that more scenes of female characters will appear from now.”
As the rose among thorns in [Sea Fog], Han Yeri was not overwhelmed by the men. To put this correctly, probably she didn’t want to become a baggage. In reality, she needs to act on a boat sailing on real sea, and filming was very tough with scenes like being poured lots of water all the time. Yet Han Yeri didn’t want to be a bother to the others. As the rose, one may think that she can avoid the toughness but she managed to complete filming the tough [Sea Fog] by managing her health without losing out to the men.