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[Lily's Take] Jo Yeo-jung's Cultural Night Out

2018/04/01 | 410 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Jo Yeo-jung was greatly impressed by a ballet she attended and expressed her excitement for the unforgettable night.

On April 1st, Jo Yeo-jung shared a photo of herself at a theater with a caption that reads:

"Not acting, but like real life.

Not singing, but talking in melody.

Not dancing, but like a feather swaying in a breeze.

So natural.

It's easily said but being able to portray that natural tone is the most difficult thing..

All the ballerinas were like a feather~

#SwanLake #MichaelKeegan-Dolan"

The ballet Swan Lake directed by Michael Keegan-Dolan seems to have inspired the actress and her excitement and happiness after witnessing such art brightly radiates from her picture. Since the actress's perfect acting in "The Perfect Wife", she's been keeping herself busy as she take a part in movies such as "Belief" and "Parasite". The fans are anxiously waiting to see her soon in the upcoming movies.

By. Lily Lee

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