She said, "At first, the aegyo was hard. Before filming the scene, I would even ask the director, 'How should I do this?' As expected, Taecyeon and Director Park Jun Hwa are also bad at handling sickeningly sweet things, so they had a harder time with the lovey dovey scenes than the action scenes."
She also talked about working with Taecyeon for the first time, with, "I think Taecyeon wears clothes that match himself well." She also added, "Before entering 'Hey Ghost, Let's Fight,' I looked up what productions Taecyeon had been in before, and he often did sincere and dark roles. That's why I wondered if [this role] would match him well, but he did go well with the refreshing, fun, and bright Park Bong Pal. Even then, he was able to show a sincere side. If he didn't have that side, the love line had to form anyway, but there might not have been an effect. Because he also has a manly side, he actually made me seem more feminine. Our chemistry was good, and that's why I'm grateful toward Taecyeon."