Park Shin Hye Names Drama That Is Closest To Her Heart, Talks About Being An Actress In Her 30s, And More
Park Shin Hye shared her thoughts on concluding her recent drama “Memories of the Alhambra,” her favorite role, and becoming an actress in her 30s.
The actress guested on the January 22 episode of SBS’s “Night of Real Entertainment” for an interview.
When asked her thoughts on concluding “Memories of the Alhambra,” Park Shin Hye remarked, “Spending seven months and working hard with the staff members and actors, it’s a bit sad but it was also very refreshing.”
The host complimented her on her continuously evolving beauty. Park Shin Hye responded by saying, “As I slowly shed my young looks, many people have been saying to me, ‘You’re getting more mature,’ and ‘You’re like a woman.’ I think it’s because they’ve seen me ever since I was really young.”
She was also asked if there was a physical part of herself that she didn’t like. She honestly replied, “There’s no one who doesn’t have something about them that they don’t like. My nose isn’t very high,” but added that she liked her eyes.
The host then asked her if among her many roles, she had one that she is particularly attached to. Park Shin Hye chose, “I had a lot of fun filming as Cha Eun Sang in ‘Heirs.’ There wasn’t a lot of age difference between me and the guys, so I made a lot of great memories.”
On becoming an actress in her 30s (in Korean reckoning), Park Shin Hye shared, “When I was a teenager, because I was in my teens, there were a lot of things I had to restrain myself from doing. In my 20s, I was afraid so I didn’t get to challenge myself much. But now, I think that it wasn’t much to be scared of. I want to try lots of different genres and a diverse range of characters. I think it’s my job to continuously show a different side of myself.”