Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung Talks About Becoming “Desensitized” To Goodbyes + Her Hopes For 2019
In a new interview and pictorial for GQ Korea magazine, Girls’ Generation’s Choi Sooyoung discussed her recent photo exhibition and her hopes for the future.
Last month, on December 29 and 30, Sooyoung held her first solo exhibition in Seoul as a way of saying farewell to her twenties. The idol-turned-actress explained, “As I turned 30, I wanted to hold a photo exhibition that captured moments from my twenties.”
Sooyoung’s exhibition bore the title “This Star Shines,” a play on words that could also be read as “Farewell Shines.” While speaking about the exhibition, she remarked, “The meaning of the exhibition’s title is that I’m saying goodbye to my twenties.”
She went on, “I think 30 is the age when you become desensitized to goodbyes.”
When asked about her plans for 2019, Sooyoung replied that her main goal was to further her budding acting career.
“When the film that I’m currently working on is released, I hope that there’s enough of a [good] response for me to be able to book my next project,” she confessed. “I don’t mind being reprimanded if there’s something I need to fix [in terms of my acting], but I hope that I keep receiving [casting] offers.”