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[Interview] Kim Hye-soo Discusses Madam Jeong from "Tazza: The High Rollers"

2018/11/13 | 430 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Hye-soo admitted she was scared when she was offered a role in "Tazza: The High Rollers" when interviewing about the movie "Default" on Naver's "Actors Talk" on the 13th.

Kim Hye-soo talked about the actors that she had worked with. She said, "When I first read the scenario for 'Tazza: The High Rollers', it was so much fun. I don't know gambling, but it was fun. However, I was scared of my role as Madam Jeong. Still, I gathered the courage to do it after seeing the casting".

"'Tazza: The High Rollers" was better than I expected. I didn't think the movie would make it, though. However, the success proves that the audience recognizes a good movie anytime. I just didn't know that".

"Default" is about the untold story of the IMF negotiations during the foreign exchange crisis during the year 1997. The movie comes out on the 28th of November.

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