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Kim Hye-soo, "Am I embarrassed? I chose the drama"

2013/04/28 | 1272 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Hye-soo spoke about her comical role in the current drama "The Queen of Office".

In an interview with "Star News" on the 27th, she was asked if the comical acting was a burden to her and she said, "I have to room to be embarrassed and the drama is something the actress chooses".

Known as a proud and charismatic actress, Kim Hye-soo uses unique tones and actions in this time's role, bringing laughter to the screens as the episode goes on.

On the fourth episode of the drama, she showed us a tambourine act and even did a split.

She claims, "When it comes to acting, nothing personal matters".

Netizens say, "She's an actress alright", "Being confident in what you like is the best", "Kim Hye-soo is awesome for making the role hers" and more.

Meanwhile, Kim Hye-soo takes on the role of Super woman Miss Kim in "The Queen of Office".

Source : eto.co.kr/common/Resu...

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