"Respond 1997" Eunji Doesn't Mind Getting Her Hands Dirty for Acting, "Homeless Idol?"
By Staff Writer | August 01, 2012 05:20 AM EDT
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Fans who viewed the photo commented, "Eunji, where did you sleep?" and, "Is Eunji now a homeless idol?" They also wrote, "Eunji's countryside Korean accent is really good!" and, "She's from the 2030 generation but she reminds me of myself."
Eunji is currently receiving a lot of praise from viewers for doing a stellar job of acting, even if it's her first time. The production crew for the drama said, "When we asked to see if Eunji could play the role of Sung Siwon, we weren't sure what to expect during the interview because she had no experience. We were blown away when we saw her natural acting skills." They added, "Even thereafter, her bright and carefree personality really helped since she wasn't scared to go to different lengths for the sake of the role. We're overall really glad we casted her. We have a lot of faith in her."
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