UEE opened up about her passion for acting in an interview for the March issue of 'Harper's Bazaar'.
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The former After School member took on a modern yet casual concept for the black-and-white pictorial, and she also talked about her attitude towards her career as an actress with the fashion magazine. In response to what she believes is important when acting, UEE responded, "I think it's to not lose touch with the basics. I started out with cameos and learned about filming sets one by one."
UEE continued, "If I hadn't learned how to film for a full shot or a bust shot or if I had started out as the lead of a romantic comedy, I would not have been able to get used to acting in those situations where I have to look somewhere else or look at my scene partner. I think it's a matter of fact that I should slowly learn about the set."
In other news, UEE is starring in the upcoming MBC drama 'Husband Oh Jak Du', which premieres on March 3.