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Lee Honey's character compared to Ko Hyeon-jeong's

2015/02/26 | 485 views | Permalink | Source

 

 Lee Honey talked about her character which contrasts to Mi-sil.

A live-time fan meeting with fans of MBC drama "Shine or Go Crazy" was held on the 23rd at 11AM at Ilsan MBC.

MC Heo Jung-min told Lee Honey, "Your role of Hwangbo Yeo-won is said to be similar to Mi-sil from "Queen Seon-deok". Im Joo-wan said, "She's prettier than Mi-sil". He is her sister in the drama.

Lee Honey said, "Actually, the two characters are completely different from each other. It's an honor to be compared to Mi-sil, but I'm not doing a good enough job".

"I don't think Hwang Bo-Yeo Won is a bad person. I thought about why she chose to live life like that. She probably had to fear for her life amidst her siblings' and powerful family's fight for power. If you look at it that way, you understand why she lived the way she did".

Lee Honey showed affection for her character and concluded by saying, "She's an unfortunate being".

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