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Hwang Jung-eum said, "Malicious comments? They are okay, i'm cool enough"

2010/12/09 | Permalink | Source

Actress Hwang Jung-eum showed off her cool image by saying that she doesn't get hurt much by malicious comments.

Hwang Jung-eum had an interview with SBS 'Midnight TV Entertainment'.

To the question, “Don't you get hurt when you see all those malicious comments?” she answered, “It's okay since I have optimist. I'm not sure I can say this but I think, 'Then you guys should try. Is there any people who are perfect from the beginning?' every time I see them.”

Also, to the question asking about what role she likes to do if she has a second chance of shooting "Giant" again, Hwang Jung-eum answered, “I want to take another shot for Mi-joo; I think I can do really well now. If it's a male role, I want to try as Jo Pil-yeon. It will be so cool.”

At the end, Hwang Jung-eum said, “My goal for 2011 is to continue work on drama or movie nonstop. I want to gain more experience and learn more about acting.”

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