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Kim Ah-jeong Hones Acting Skills in "Emperor of the Sea"

2005/03/15 | 189 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ah-jeong, who plays a military escort in the KBS TV2 special series "Emperor of The Sea", says she has taken more interest in acting since she began appearing in the drama. "Emperor of The Sea" is Kim's debut work. The production team says they liked Kim's calm and dignified, yet winsome, demeanor when she auditioned for the role of Jeong-yeon's partner.

Like any novice, Kim has a lot to worry about when it comes to acting. But to her, the filming set is the best possible school because it presents her with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from seasoned actors such as Choi Soo-jong and Chae Shi-ra. As one who aspires to become a top-notch actress, she is paying close attention to every word and action of the more experienced actors. She says Kim Heung-soo is also helping her a lot with her acting.

"I was scared a lot at first because this is my first role, and it's in an epic drama. I am still learning, but I am happy that viewers enjoy "Emperor of The Sea". I will do my best not to be a nuisance to the people around me as I portray this important role", said Kim, her eyes shining with enthusiasm.

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