Park Bo Young Says “Oh My Ghost” Helped Her Get Used to Aegyo
Actress Park Bo Young models some perfect looks for fall in Ceci magazine’s October issue, and in her interview with the magazine, she talks about her experience starring in the recent tvN drama “Oh My Ghost.”
“‘Oh My Ghost’ taught me a lot of aegyo,” she says. “Wait, I should say it helped me overcome it.”
“I wasn’t a stiff or formal person, but I still wasn’t overly sweet either,” she continues. “But because of Bong Sun, I overcame how cringe-worthy it is.”
Park Bo Young has been an actress for ten years and is the type to challenge herself by taking on a variety of roles. When asked if she has a lot of ambition about her future works, she answers without hesitation that she does. “Since I’m still in my twenties, I want to learn through a lot of trial and error,” she explains. “My goal in my twenties is to try playing many different characters in all kinds of genres. I’m not scared of failure, because even if I fail, I just need to do well again.”
When asked what her plans are for the upcoming Chuseok holiday, Park Bo Young replies, “I’m going to drive to my parent’s house with my siblings. I really want to eat the sweet potato sticks and baby potatoes at the rest stop.”
Park Bo Young is currently promoting her new film, “Collective Invention,” at the Toronto International Film Festival along with her co-stars Lee Kwang Soo and Lee Chun Hee. It’s set to hit theaters in Korea on October 22.