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Jo Seung-hee Taps Into her Idol Background for her Acting

2018/02/12 Source

Jo Seung-hee appeared innocent, chic, and proud on her latest photoshoot.

In the following interview, Jo Seung-hee explained she has been busy with dramas "Longing Heart" and "Bravo My Life" since summer.

"Longing Heart" was a preproduced work and she starred in "Bravo My Life" with Kang Ji-sub. She explained that the drama set was fun to be on and her partner has been a lot of help.

She was asked if having been an idol helped in acting out Mi-so, a fun character, and she answered, "Very much. The confidence I gained as an idol and the special skills I learned during that time helped me bring out the best of my character. Everything I learned as a singer helped me in the drama".

Meanwhile, she went through a phase after leaving DIA. She looked for something to help her get over it and she ended up becoming a licensed sommelier. She likes to drink and she is looking forward to becoming a licensed Makgolli sommelier.

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