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Actress Choi Yeo-jin Thanks Actor So Ji-sub

2009/03/23 | Permalink | Source

Actress Choi Yeo-jin has expressed deep gratitude for actor So Ji-sub at the KBS2 talk show "Happy Together - Show" aired on Thursday. She said that So helped her a lot when she had just debuted and did not yet know much about acting.

Choi first got to know the star when she was cast for the role of So's girlfriend who dumped him for a rich man in the 2004 KBS2 hit drama "Sorry, I Love You"

"The drama is special to me because it helped me get where I am now. I was very lucky to get the part because I was then a rookie actress with no experience in acting", she said. "I appeared in only four episodes, but I drew a lot of attention because my role was his girlfriend".

She added, "We often had to retake a scene over and over again due to my mistakes, but So never got upset but rather encouraged me and gave me advice. I was so grateful for that. I still watch the drama whenever I feel things get hard, to get courage".

Choi also talked about an anecdote about some baseball players who tried to win her love when she appeared as one of six women hosts on the KBS2 weekend show "Happy Sunday" in 2006. "One of them even hinted that he wanted to marry me, but he was not my type", she said smiling.

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