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Yum Jung-ah "I don't like HD, I like it foggy"

2011/05/25 | Permalink | Source

Yum Jung-ah spoke honestly about HD screens.

She appeared on the MBC TV program "Murupak" on the 25th of May with the concern that "People look at me too cold" and told honest and witty stories.

She said, "I saw my children once a week. During the drama shoot they only give you enough time to go and clean up but my house in Dongtan is too far so I couldn't go. I missed them so much. They were adjusting well. It was just me that missed them".

Then Kang Ho-dong said, "They kids have Pororo".

About HD, she said, "I hate it. You can see everything". Yum Jung-ah took a moment to think about drama "Royal Family" and started shooting right away. "I wasn't taking care of my skin so I thought it would be alright but it wasn't. I couldn't focus on the drama looking at my skin. I wish the drama was made so your face looked white" and created laughter.

She revealed, "Once there is an NG, it's not easy for me to get the emotions back again. I have to finish it off at once and that is my demerit. I put in all my energy at once then I die out".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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