Hwang Jung Eum Says “Kill Me, Heal Me” Was Hard But Very Memorable

Hwang Jung Eum Says “Kill Me, Heal Me” Was Hard But Very Memorable

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Actress Hwang Jung Eum just recently wrapped up filming for the MBC drama “Kill Me, Heal Me” and reminisced about her experience acting as psychologist Oh Ri Jin.
When asked about the drama, Hwang Jung Eum said, “(the drama) had a good script, director, staff, (actor) Ji Sung, and great seniors to work with. I was very happy and it’s a project that I will never forget.” She further added on saying, “the original story was very long and there were a lot of situations that required strong stamina so it was hard. I thought at first that it was a project I couldn’t do, however I started reading the script while I was at my company and I thought it would be really fun.”
The actress also stated that she had more reasons to accept the role as Oh Ri Jin because she was a fan of scriptwriter Jin Su Wan. She had also worried because she had no idea who the director will be, however after working with the director she claimed that she has now become his fan.
“Kill Me, Heal Me” had its last broadcast last March 12.
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