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Kim Tae-hee claims she's not as good as she used to be

2013/10/16 | 2263 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-hee dared to say she wasn't as good as she used to be.

Kim Tae-hee had an interview with SBS "TV News At Night" on the 16th. She was asked how she'd been and she said, "I was very tired with "Jang Ok-jeong" so I took a break for about a month, laying down mostly. I'd take a hike in the mountains if I was bored".

About the compound word 'Tae-ppu' fans made her from the words Tae-hee and 'pretty' in Korean, the actress said she really likes it and even uses the word herself.

When she was asked when she thought herself pretty the most, she said, "I don't think I am as good as I used to be when I was young". When Kim Il-joong announcer looked at her speechless, she apologized right away.

Meanwhile, about marriage, Kim Tae-hee said, "I am of that age but I don't think I am ready. I am still comfortable as a single person and I have no complaints about my acting life as well".

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