Kim Ha Neul is a Golden-Haired Femme Fatale for “High Cut”

Kim Ha Neul is a Golden-Haired Femme Fatale for “High Cut”

Actress Kim Ha Neul transformed into a golden-haired femme fatale.

On September 6, Kim Ha Neul’s “High Cut” pictorial was released. The photo shoot took place in Nice, France and Kim Ha Neul got to pose with beautiful, ancient buildings and gardens in the background.

Kim Ha Neul left for Nice as soon as her “A Gentleman’s Dignity” recordings were completed. The photo shoot mainly took place in front of a beautiful museum. Kim Ha Neul, who enjoys working out, showed off her toned and fit body and she also went for a chic look especially with her new haircut. She says she never tried bangs since she debuted.

Kim Ha Neul opened up about her thoughts on her latest drama, “A Gentleman’s Dignity” and shared some behind the scenes stories as well. She also talked about the marriage proposal of her dreams.

About the happy ending for “A Gentleman’s Dignity,” she expressed, “Whether it be a drama or a film, I like happy endings. I loved that every single character had a happy ending in the drama.”  

For previous projects like “Blind” and “You’re My Pet,” Kim Ha Neul worked with younger co-stars such as Yoo Seung Ho and Jang Geun Suk. But for “A Gentleman’s Dignity,” she got to work with older co-stars. She said, “Since everyone has so much acting experience, there was a lot to learn and I felt secure. They were all so friendly to me. Every time we had a break, we would share information about healthy food products.” For her younger co-stars, she commented, “They work so hard and are so energetic so I have much to learn from them too.”

Kim Ha Neul also spoke about her dream vacation. “I want to go to Paris with the person I love so I purposely didn’t go for all this time. If I do find a person I love, I hope that he has never been to Paris either. I want to have our first experience of Paris together and I want to be proposed on top of the Eiffel Tower.”

More behind the scenes cuts can be found on the “High Cut” website.

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