During the recent interview with TV Daily, actress Yoon Eun Hye revealed her thoughts on dating.
Yoon Eun Hye has recently proved herself as a capable actress as she successfully played the victim of a sexual assault in MBC’s “I Miss You.” When she was asked if she has dated a younger man in real life, Yoon Eun Hye answered, “No.
At first I thought that maybe I feel this way because of this drama’s sad storyline, but I think it’s because I am ready and eager for love.” Yoon Eun Hye also stated, “In the past, I never really felt like dating. I also thought that if I don’t meet the right person, then I would rather be alone.
It must be hard being Yoon Eun Hye, so popular as an entertainer that her every move garners comment and conjecture.
I love her as an actress but it’s hard to discuss her craft without fans and antis mucking up the discussion with personal swords and shields.
was her first foray into traditional K-melodrama and its low-teens ratings but copious media coverage would probably render its success a rather mixed bag.
I thought acting-wise she was the most consistent of the three leads (which isn’t saying much since one character completely had a personality and motivation transplant midway through) but her character had the most non-existent thoughtful character development.
One minute she was a rape-scarred fashion designer escaping from her past and after some smoldery staring and one hot kiss all her unresolved trauma magically evaporated and she was back being her old self, only a bit wiser.
It’s a beyond ridiculous message all things considering, but she sold it convincingly as only she can do.
Even Moon Geun Young, as hard as she tried, couldn’t quite pull off a fully convincing conclusion for her very haphazardly written character in .
Yoon Eun Hye held a solo press conference this week where she chatted about her recent experiences and future plans.
She’s been receiving tons of scripts, especially for movies, and is seriously considering her next step.
Whatever she picks, she plans to start filming it right away. I totally support that – one cannot really challenge acting limits without donning a sageuk costume at some point.