Song Ji Hyo Says Relationships On “Running Man” Inspired Her Acting In New Film

Song Ji Hyo compared her relationships in SBS’s “Running Man” to those in her latest film “Wind Wind Wind” (literal title) at a film preview on March 22.

“Wind Wind Wind” is a comedy film that tells the story of a man who has had affairs for the last 20 years (played by Lee Sung Min), a man who belatedly falls into the world of affairs (played by Shin Ha Kyun), his wife who falls in love with the world of social media (played by Song Ji Hyo), and a woman with irresistible charm (played by Lee El).

On her realistic acting as Lee Sung Min’s younger sister and Shin Ha Kyun’s wife, Song Ji Hyo said, “I didn’t have to look far to see what the relationship of a married couple of eight years and siblings looked like. I could see it on ‘Running Man,’ which I’ve been on for nine years.”

She continued, “I thought that it would be more realistic to not just show the pretty sides, but also how you have to view things realistically and objectively, and speak honestly. Instead of just talking about good things, I also talked about unpleasant things and complained in order to show my close relationships with Lee Sung Min and Shin Ha Kyun.”

The actress added, “Instead of looking for inspiration from far away, I looked at my family and the relationship of people I do the program with. I used what I saw around me and tried to make it realistic.”

“Wind Wind Wind” will premiere in theaters in Korea on April 4.

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