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"The Five" Kim Sun-ah burns hair and wears no make-up for movie

2013/11/04 | 817 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Sun-ah didn't bother to take care of herself while making the movie "The Five".

Pictures of the actress were released recently of Kim Sun-ah who who is either sitting in a wheel chair with her knees and ankles tied or crawling around on the floor. She's been working hard to convince the character of being paralyzed from the waist down.

Kim Sun-ah intentionally burnt her hair and made it seem rougher. She created Ko Eun-ah, a woman who lived in the dark.

Kim Sun-ah attempted at a new kind of character through this movie and didn't forget to monitor herself. The big clothes she wears is also an act of wanting to be with her dead husband.

She didn't wear any make-up at all to look aunt and shallow. She managed to act on the wheelchair like no one else had before and gave up wanting to look pretty.

Thriller movie "The Five" which is about a revenge that requires five people, is based on a web-toon.

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