“The drama itself has a heavy [plot], so the atmosphere wasn’t that lively on set. The atmosphere didn’t change after [Jo Jae Hyun left]. However, I was taken aback by what had happened. I haven’t really seen or talked to him since,” Jun So Min shared.
The actress also spoke up about the “Me Too” movement, saying, “Because it’s such a big issue, I talk about it a lot with my friends. Most of them have gotten hurt by [sexual harassment]. They’re things that shouldn’t happen.”
“To be honest, during my 13 years of acting, there were several things that happened, but I didn’t know because I was young. But when I look back now, I realize, ‘Oh, so that’s what it was.’ It’s something that always happened frequently in the industry, so no one could speak up about it. But since victims are gathering courage these days, I hope our juniors in the industry won’t go through the same,” she continued.
“It wasn’t that serious for me, but I was also indirectly hurt in the past. When I think about my juniors, I’m grateful for the ‘Me Too’ movement,” she added.
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