Actress Song Hye Gyo has been spotted in Taiwan in plain clothes with no makeup on.
Taiwan newspaper Liberty Times released a picture of Song Hye Gyo going around Taipei after finishing filming in December. According to the report, Song Hye Gyo wrapped up filming at Yangmingshan National Park near Taipei, and headed into town with staff members for dinner.
Song Hye Gyo looked comfortably dressed, wearing skinny jeans and a khaki-colored coat, with a grey cap and black scarf to hide her face. Despite appearing without makeup and in plain clothes, she was unable to hide her style and beauty.
She was noticeably absent from the SBS Drama Awards, where she was given a High Excellence Award for her role in “That Winter, The Wind Blows.”
The actress was in Taiwan filming a movie by Hong Kong director John Woo, “The Crossing,” dubbed the “Chinese Titanic.” The movie is set during the Chinese Civil War in 1949, and tells the story of three refugee couples who embark on a fateful ship voyage fleeing from China to Taiwan. Filming will take place in China and Taiwan. The all-star cast includes Tong Dawei, Zhang Ziyi, Huang Xiaoming, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Masami Nagasawa. “The Crossing” is slated for release in November 2014.