Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk Nam Ji Hyun and Kang Hoon, stars of the tvN drama “Little Women,” recently participated in an interview and photoshoot for Allure magazine.
The novel “Little Women” tells the story of three sisters who have a strong affinity with one another and who grew up in a poor household. They are thrust into a new world of money and power that is unlike anything they have ever experienced before when they are drawn into a huge event, and they find themselves pitted against the wealthiest family in the country as a result of this conflict. The part of the eldest sister, Oh In Joo, is played by Kim Go Eun, Nam Ji Hyun portrays the role of the middle sister, Oh In Kyung, and Park Ji Hu takes on the role of the youngest sister, Oh In Hye. Kang Hoon plays the role of Ha Jong Ho, Oh In Kyung’s dependable childhood best friend who has been desperately in love with her since they were little.
At the beginning of the conversation, Nam Ji Hyun expressed her enthusiasm about the upcoming photoshoot with Kang Hoon. The actress gave the following response when questioned about her character Oh In Kyung: “Oh In Kyung is employed as a news reporter in the social affairs department.” She possesses a very robust sense of justice, and she is exceptionally dogged to the point that many others will ponder the question, “Why is she like that?” due to the combination of these traits. She never deviates from the path she originally set out on when she ran. That strikes me as really admirable. Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk
Nam Ji Hyun had the following response when questioned about the nature of the connection between the characters Oh In Kyung and Ha Jong Ho: “I believe it’s a little more intricate than that of merely buddies.” It will be revealed around halfway through the series that each character has their unique background, which will be explored. Oh In Kyung comes from a less fortunate background than Ha Jong Ho, who comes from a wealthy family. They are not just childhood pals who may get together whenever they want with no obligations or commitments of any kind because of the complexities and other factors that come from [their various origins]. Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk
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One of the most overused tropes in romantic comedies is the “friends to lovers” plot. When questioned if this may be the case for her in the future, Nam Ji Hyun said the following: “I’ve never been in a scenario like that before, and I don’t believe I’d want to become [lovers] if the person was genuinely my closest friend.” On the other hand, I frequently find myself thinking that it would be awesome if I could date someone who is more like a buddy. If you were to ask me if I wanted a partner who was more like a friend, then the answer would be “Yes.” However, to this day I have never dated somebody who is one of my very best friends. Is my tone too severe? Sadly, there was not a single instance of this.”
After then, an interview with Kang Hoon took place, in which he explained the projects that he is currently working on. Kang Hoon had been working on the sets of “Little Women” and “Some Day or One Day” concurrently at the time of the interview. Soon, he will begin playing the lead part in an additional SBS drama titled “Flower Scholar’s Love Story,” which will begin production soon. When asked about his hectic schedule, Kang Hoon was candid about his thoughts, adding, “I didn’t realise things would turn out like this. Since I’ve never done anything like this before, I find myself wondering, “Am I really having a hard time?” if I have to film many projects at the same time. I’m curious as to whether or if any other [actors] had the same reaction. He went on to say, “Even if I’m feeling a little fatigued and busy at the moment, I should be glad about it since in the past I’ve had a really difficult time waiting for the results of my auditions.” My standard response is, “Acting is a tonne of fun, and I want to keep trying out for roles.” Before, I had never once been forced to worry about anything remotely like to this.
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Through his performance as Hong Deok Ro in “The Red Sleeve,” Kang Hoon managed to make a significant impact on the viewing audience. However, it has been almost ten years since he first made an appearance in public. The actor said, “I was fortunate enough to participate in a short film [in 2009], and I made my debut while earning an award for the production.” The year in question was 2009. However, I consider 2015 to be the year when I made my debut. Let’s just say that about that period, I began having health problems. (Laughs) [Hong Deok Ro in] “The Red Sleeve” was a character that I really wanted to perform from the minute I auditioned for it, and I had the opportunity to do it. I didn’t perform very well at the audition, but despite that, I still had a strong desire to play the part. Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk Nam Ji Hyun And Kang Hoon Talk
Kang Hoon had the following response when asked how he believes he was chosen for the role: “The director commented that he felt goosebumps from my grin.” As a result of it, I had the impression that I discovered a previously unknown facet of myself. When I began acting, I considered playing Hong Deok Ro to be my final opportunity, but I ended up becoming incredibly lucky instead. Hong Deok Ro is a character that I adore so much.
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Kang Hoon was also questioned over the possibility of a “friends-to-lovers” relationship developing between him and another individual. The actor made the following remark: “In my opinion, that is not even remotely plausible. In point of fact, I’ve witnessed a lot of instances when people who were dating inside the same group eventually broke up with each other. Even if I don’t have any personal experience on the matter, there are times when I find it appealing when a close friend of mine presents themselves in a particular manner. When this happens, I find myself at a crossroads, and I have to decide whether or not I want to move toward love, or whether or not I just want to say to myself, “Nah, I was wrong for a second.” At this juncture, I believe Ha Jong Ho has a valid point. It is said that the first step toward unrequited love is falling in love with a friend.