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Han So-young, "Sleep treatments helped me in acting"

2013/06/13 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han So-young went through hypnotic treatment and revealed her past life.

The premier for the movie "A Puppet" was held in Lotte Cinema in Seoul on the 13th with director Kwon Yeong-rak, Lee Jong-soo, Koo Ji-sung, Won Ki-joon and Han So-young.

When Han was asked if she'd been hypnotized before, she said, "I was a queen in the past and they called me 'Yoon'".

Han So-young takes on the role of Yoo-ri, a college girl who tries hard to get the attention of doctor Ji-hoon (Lee Jong-soo).

Han So-young said, "I think hypnotism is real and it's hard to express it in movies but it helped me in the movie".

Meanwhile, "A Puppet" is an adult rated thriller in which doctor Ji-hoon (Lee Jong-soo) hypnotizes his girlfriend Hyeon-jin (Koo Ji-sung) who can see unexplainable hallucinations. Hypnotism is used for the first time in a Korean movie and this movie includes Koo Ji-sung's shocking exposure scenes as well. To be released on the 20th.

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