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"Empress Qi" Ha Ji-won cries over the end of the drama

2014/04/29 | 2639 views | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won posted on her Facebook, "I am grateful for those who watched "Empress Qi"". Ki Seung-nyang cried over the dead body of her lover Ta Hwan in the final episode.

Ha Ji-won said, "We finished filming this morning and I returned to the dressing room to put down my costume and crown. Facing the staff I've worked with for 9 months made me cry. We just cried without saying anything".

"We had to fight with the cold and went through a lot of tough times, but never once did the smile fade from their faces. The energy from them is what made this drama".

"This drama was very special to me. I became a rookie and started all over again. I was worried about the details, so much I would've bothered some staff. "Empress Qi" was a worrisome and anxious attempt. That's why it needed more passion. It was one of the toughest and saddest dramas I've ever had to do. I realized that as time passed and I couldn't stop my eyes from getting watery. I understood 'her'".

"Ji-won dreams of another time travel after a great one. Thank you, for traveling on this one with Ki Seung-nyang".

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