"I never dwelled on movie admissions or TV ratings before but I've started to become greedy about them after seeing "IRIS" become a hit", the 30-year-old actress said to reporters during a press conference for her upcoming film "Grand Prix" on Thursday.
"I used to just rest comfortably, my mind at peace, after I'm done filming but this time, I've been feeling very nervous and worried a lot as well", she added.
The drama sparked a frenzy among viewers around the country and dominated weekly TV ratings charts during its two-month run.
The pic is set for a release around the Korean thanksgiving holidays in late September.
Yang, who debuted as a hip-hop singer, is known for playing unconventional characters with his unique style of acting.
He is making his acting comeback after more than two years through "Grand Prix" -- he was discharged from the army a few months ago after fulfilling the country's mandatory two-year military duties.
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Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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