Watch: Go Min Si Compares Herself To Her

“Sweet Home” star Go Min Si recently sat down with Esquire Korea for a casual yet personal interview!

“Sweet Home” is a horror series featuring humans that turn into monsters. The actress took on the role of Lee Eun Yoo, a former ballerina who quit due to an injury.

One of the first questions Go Min Si tackled was who she was most close to in real life out of her “Sweet Home” cast members. She settled on actress Park Gyu Young, who played the role of Ji Soo. “We filmed a lot while relying on each other, so we quickly became close,” she said.

When asked how she would react if she ran into a monster in real life, she answered, “I will put up a brave fight. My weapons would be a baseball bat like Ji Soo’s or something electrical. Definitely something electrical, or fire, and I’d put up a good fight.”

One thing Go Min Si can say for certain is that she is not at all as aggressive as her role on “Sweet Home.” She explained, “Although I am honest and pretty easygoing, it was honestly a bit difficult to act out the scenes in which I had to curse.” In regards to the hand gesture her role is known for, Go Min Si admitted that she had to practice it about 1,000 times to get it down.

In regards to future projects, the actress expressed that she’d like to participate in a piece that has her wearing hanbok. She would be interested in a historical drama or a passionate romantic melodrama.

Go Min Si revealed some personal details as well, like how she always carries around a lip balm and hand cream in her handbag. Since her favorite style item is shoes, she likes to pair them with plain outfits. Three of her favorite movies are the Hong Kong film “Comrades: Almost a Love Story,” “Kramer vs. Kramer,” and “Pulp Fiction.”

Check out the full interview with English subtitles below!

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