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A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji surprises viewers with her acting skills
In the first episode of SBS’s That Winter, The Wind Blows, which aired on February 13, Jung Eun Ji attracted attention by fluently using the standard form of Korean. Previously, fans loved Jung for her facility at speaking in the dialect of the Gyeongsang provinces, playing the role of Sung Si Won in Answer Me 1997. This was natural since she’s from Busan. However, in the case of That Winter, The Wind Blows, people were worried about whether Jung would be able to convincingly carry off her role in the series, which requires that she speak the standard language. However, Jung has shown that she is perfectly capable of handling both the linguistic and the emotional demands of the role, in which she plays opposite Jo In Sung.
Kim Gyu Tae, the director of the series, complimented her: “Jung Eun Ji acts the way she wants to. She doesn’t just stick to some usual pattern; her spontaneity is a strong point.”
That Winter, The Wind Blows is based on I Don’t Need No Love, Summer and created a stir even before it started broadcasting because of the casting of Jo In Sung and Song Hye Gyo in the lead roles.
Interview with Kyung Soo Jin in ‘That Winter, The Wind Blows’
Actress Kyung Soo Jin recently revealed how she feels about playing opposite Jo In Sung as his first love.
Kyung appeared as Moon Hee Joo in the 5th episode of That Winter, The Wind Blows, which aired on February 21. Hee Joo falls in love with Oh Soo, played by Jo In Sung, gets pregnant. However, she is killed in a motorcycle accident while she’s in conflict with Oh Soo as he doesn’t want to have a baby.
Although her part was small, the starlet won over TV viewers, being hailed “Another Son Ye Jin.” She even topped the realtime search keyword list.
In an interview with Star news on February 23, Kyung said, “I played a small but amazing part. That’s why I’ve receiving positive responses.” She played the young role played by Lee Bo Young in The Equator Man and received rave reviews.
The actress said, “I was enchanted when I first read the script, and I decided to be in. I’m honored to be part of the series. I was very nervous while my first shooting, but the director really helped me overcome fears and concentrate on my part. ”
When asked about what it was like to work with Jo In Sung, the actress said, “I’m a huge fan of Jo In Sung, so it was like my dream come true. I hope there’s another chance to work with him in the future.”
Hee Joo dies in the 4th episode but she is to appear in Oh Soo’s reminiscence.
source: Starnews via enkorea
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