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Son Ye-jin Can't Choose Her Favorite Among Her Leading Men

2018/09/28 | 822 views | Permalink | Source

Son Ye-jin showed affectation for the actors she worked with.

The MBC TV show "Section TV", interviewed Son Ye-jin who has a movie called "The Negotiation" directed by Lee Jong-seok-I.

The MC asked her which co-star she enjoyed working with the most between Jo In-sung, Jung Woo-sung, So Ji-sub, and Jung Hae-in. She wondered, "How can I choose? I can never choose. I can't imagine having played those roles without these men".

Son Ye-jin has been busy with dramas and movies and she's earned quite a reputation for herself. She claims she felt her popularity go up while she filmed the drama because you can see results right away.

Son Ye-jin's nickname is 'So Ye-jin' which means 'cow' because she likes to stay home, travel, and eat most of the time when she doesn't work.

Son Ye-jin also likes games such as the Mafia Game, Silent 007, and more.

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