At the press conference for 'Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food' ('Something in the Rain'), Son Ye Jin expressed, "I've filmed a lot of melodramas. This project is special to me, and I think viewers think of it as special too because it's realistic. Though the character doesn't work at a company as is fitting for someone my age, the drama depicts the personal life of a woman in her late 30s, her relationship with her parents as a woman, love, and work. Things I worried about appeared in the screenplay. That's why I can relate as I film."
On her scenes with handsome co-star Jung Hae In, she said, "A lot of people related to our relationship and say that it feels like they're watching their own relationships onscreen. I think that's because of the director's representation. Our acting is to love as much as we can and make out relationship as beautiful as we can. Other dramas or movies do the same, but I think the way it's captured on camera is up to the director. I think that's why viewers like it."
Son Ye Jin added, "We also do our best to make the viewers confused as to whether we're saying lines from the screenplay or if we're doing ad libs... I want to comfort the women my age in their 30s who are watching this drama. This drama is very precious to me, and it's one I won't be able to forget."
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