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Ko Eun-ah in "Sketch" loses 8 kg for a bed scene

2014/03/18 | 4235 views | Permalink | Source

Ko Eun-ah lost weight for an exposure scene.

Ko Eun-ah takes on the role of a lonely artist named Soo-yeon who refuses to compromise with the world. She's been on a strict diet to seem slimmer than she is and added hair extensions to seem more like Soo-yeon.

She lost 8 kg by working out 6 hours a day and shined in the bed scene with Park Jae-jung. Ko Eun-ah said, "I focused on health but more on body. I didn't eat much from the start of the making until the end. My stomach growled with hunger".

About her co-star Park Jae-jung she said, "It would've been nice if we became friendly before the making of the movie, but we didn't have time, so it was a little awkward. However, he treated me like a younger sister, so we eventually became friendly".

Meanwhile, "Sketch" will be released on the 27th.

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