Han Ji-hye provides a glimpse behind the scenes of The Duo
Hello. I’m actress Han Ji-hye. I play the educated and talented Dong-nyeo in The Duo, and so am diligently learning calligraphy, painting flowers, and horseback riding. I began for the sake of the drama, but at some point they became my hobbies. I was scared when I got on horseback for the first time, but now it’s a lot of fun. I’ve improved a lot in my calligraphy and painting, too. I’ve also gained a lot of friends through filming The Duo. Dal-yi (Seo Hyun-jin, Chun-dong (Chun Jung-myung), and Gwi-dong (Lee Sang-yoon) are all around the same age, so we were able to become friends. Would you like to see for yourselves how close we are? Here~ I give to you the filming set for The Duo.
As you can see, lead actress Han Ji-hye provides a look at what life is like working on her current drama, MBC’s historical drama The Duo, providing bits of commentary to accompany the photos. I always enjoy these kinds of features, and you may remember that there was one by Choi Jung-won a while back when she was shooting Wish Upon a Star. (I don’t think Han’s is nearly as cute as Choi’s, but I’ll take what I can get.)
So without further ado…
A friendly photo, outdoors with Jung-myung-sshi! It was actually so cold that my entire body was frozen. I hope the weather warms up quickly. It’s cold. *sobs*
What do you think? I’m riding a horse here. ^^ Can you feel Dong-nyeo’s charisma?
This photo was taken secretly by my manager. Sang-yoon-sshi, what are you dooooing?~ And I wonder where I’m looking…
Dong-nyeo, being standoffish. Aigoo~ Embarrassing~
This was taken while I was running lines with Jung-myung-sshi. When I’m filming with Jung-myung-sshi, our resident mood-maker, I can’t stop smiling.
This one was taken at the drama’s opening prayer ceremony. Please show even more love for The Duo.
We’re the four leads of The Duo. Doesn’t it feel really different seeing us dressed in street clothes rather than hanboks?
Everybody’s busy preparing for shooting. At this moment, I was clutching my script and memorizing my dialogue.
Via IS Plus