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Is Son Ye-jin the next Kim Hee-sun?

2015/01/26 | Permalink | Source

Is Son Ye-jin the next Kim Hee-sun?

In a tvN show, a behind-the-scenes story was told of why Son Ye-jin is called the next Kim Hee-sun.

Son Ye-jin is one of the leading actresses in Chungmuro for the big hits she made in everything she starred in last year. Her devotion to acting made her a role model for many actresses and on top of that, she's pretty and hot.

However, apparently she's 'lost' several big hits such as the "Sungkyunkwan Scandal", which was handed over to Park Min-young.

When she was offered a role in "Sungkyunkwan Scandal", she was too busy with "Personal Taste" to star in it. As a result, Park Min-young rose as the blue chip of advertisements and took home 3 awards that year.

There are other times when Son Ye-jin passed on good opportunities to her juniors. Yoon Eun-hye's "Missing You" and Choi Soo-young's "My Spring Days" were all turned down by Son Ye-jin. One of the most disappointing roles she turned down was "IRIS" which recorded a shocking 41.8%.

The role was taken up by Kim Tae-hee in which she played profiler Choi Seung-hee. Kim Tae-hee had been an topic of debate regarding her acting skills and thanks to "IRIS", she had the honor of taking home her first acting grand prize that year.

Son Ye-jin chose movie "White Night" instead but that didn't do as well as expected.

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