"Five Fingers" T-ARA Eunjung Center of Love Triangle
By Staff Writer | August 17, 2012 03:44 AM EDT
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The "Five Fingers" Press Conference was held this Thursday in Seoul Lotte Hotel, where the cast including Chae Si Ra, Joo Ji Hoon, Eunjung, Ji Chang Wook and Jun Mi Sun attended.
Eunjung said, "This is my first serious drama. I appeared in historical and teenage pieces but this time I really hope to grow from learning from these veteran actors and put on a good performance."
When asked about the reaction of other T-ARA members, she said, "When we do dramas, we all monitor each other's work. I told them a lot about how excited I am to be able to do such a big project and they support me. I hope that they'll continue to monitor my work when I start appearing in September." She added that she is approaching her role with dedication and learning how to cook in order to best portray her part as a restaurant waitress.
"This is my first role that entails having the love of two male characters," she added, "I had been in roles where I wasn't able to receive love but it feels great to be able to be in the middle of a love triangle."
At the conference, which was her first public appearance since the T-ARA controversy broke out, she refused to answer questions related to the incident.
SBS Weekend Drama "Five Fingers" deals with genius pianists and their fight for love and fame. The drama premieres this coming Saturday.
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