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Kim Seul Gi addresses the fact her new character is similar to her previous ones

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Actress Kim Seul Gi addressed the fact that she is acting out a similar character in succession through her productions during the press conference for her new SBS weekend drama, 'Second to Last Love,' on July 27.


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She said at the event, "More than anything, the reasons I decided to appear in the drama were seniors Kim Hee Ae and Ji Jin Hee.  They're so good at acting and I'm still learning from them.  My enjoyment of acting is increasing day by day, so I'm enjoying it.


"There is an overlap in the lovable image from my previous works.  Still, I believe that the image I have I can show the best at this age.  Rather than becoming ambitions and showing every different aspect of myself, I believe it's more important to show the aspect that I'm good at showing.  Only the image is similar, the inherent characteristics are all different.  I will be able to show you a different image through this drama."


It begins on July 30!

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    oooxtina Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    ambitious*

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    michinpabo Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    Kim Seul Gi is awesome. I think she's just being typecasted a bit because she's always great at playing the lovable supporting character.

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    Newbie_loving Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    And no-one questioned lee Minho with the  boys over flowers, the heirs and  city hunter (kinda of a stretch)

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