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Soo Ae wasn't at the awards show because "I am not ready"

2012/01/04 | 2467 views | Permalink | Source

"I am not ready yet..."

Actress Soo Ae carefully explained why she wasn't at the 2011 SBS Acting Awards on December 31st.

She won the Top Prize for her performance in the SBS drama "A Thousand Days' Promise" but she couldn't attend due to 'personal reasons'.

During an interview with Sports Seoul on January 4th, she said, "I am really sorry for not attending the awards show. I just wasn't ready yet. Many actors and actresses do dramas with 60 to 100 episodes but I felt ashamed for doing just four or five months of work. I got ready to go until the day before, dress ready and all, but I couldn't get myself to go up there and make a speech. It is such a grateful and meaningful prize but I don't want people thinking I wanted it. I don't want to be an arrogant actress".

She still hasn't gotten out of the role of Seo-yeon from "A Thousand Days' Promise" and she said she was absent-minded after the drama. She said, "I just didn't have the guts to go up on stage and make a speech after a long marathon. I am sure I will work harder in the future to repay you for your support in "A Thousand Days' Promise"".

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