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"Kill Me, Heal Me" preview: Hwang Jung-eum's crying act

2015/03/03 | 694 views | Permalink | Source


Actress Hwang Jung-eum's crying act made those watching become solemn.

MBC drama "Kill Me, Heal Me" released still cuts of Hwang Jung-eum in the role of Oh Ri-jin, Cha Do-hyeon's (Ji Sung) secret doctor.

This being the seventeenth episode of the drama, Hwang Jung-eum displayed an act of deep sadness once again. Her memory has started coming back and everything is just too much for her to take alone.

Hwang Jung-eum is crying in her mother, Kim Hee-jung-II's arms. She's in a hospital bed with ivy in her arms and crying weakly. Other pictures show her deep in thought on her own in her room and looking like the truth is too much to handle. What made her come to this extent?

This scene was taken in the MBC set in Yangjoo. She shot the crying scene for 4 hours in a row. She listened to sad music and tried to maintain her emotions prior to the take. She didn't let a moment by without concentrating on her emotions. As a result, she didn't disappoint and created the perfect scene, arousing applause from the staff.

The crew said, "We hope you watch with us what happened to her that made her forget her younger past. Stay with us for the last four episodes".

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