Actress, Son Tae Young, has participated in the yellow ribbon campaign, hoping that the missing students from the Sewol Ferry incident will return safely. At the red carpet event in China, she wore a black dress with a yellow ribbon pin on her hair, expressing her mourning of the incident.
On April 29, Son Tae Young attended the CCTV “Lily Award” that was held in Beijing. Since this event was planned before the Sewol Ferry incident, Son Tae Young attended the event in a calmly manner.
For the award ceremony, she chose to wear a long, black dress and tried to exclude as many colorful accessories as she could. She also tried not to expose her skin too much. Although it’s unfitting for an award ceremony, she chose to dress this way with the thought of the families who are affected by this incident.
She also expressed her feelings through the yellow ribbon. She wore a big yellow ribbon towards the back of her head. She also did not smile. Even during the opening of the red carpet event, she entered with a calm expression.
On this day, Son Tae Young had many different activities other than the award ceremony. There are many who are saying that the Chinese press was more passionate than she had imagined and by being calm and serious of the situation, she was able to receive good feedback.
Meanwhile, Son Tae Young has been casted for the main female role of Kumiko, for the drama, “Through the Fire.” Currently, the episodes with the child actors are being aired and Son Tae Young is planning on showing her beauty and intelligence as she plays the role of a lobbyist.