'Rooftop Prince' Han Ji Min's Promise to So Ji Sub!
By Staff Writer | May 31, 2012 03:12 PM EDT
Actress Han Ji Min played the role of characters named, Park Ha and Bu Yong in the drama 'Rooftop Prince', which ended on the 24th of this month. So Ji Sub will take the baton from Han Ji Min in the follow up drama 'Ghost' with co-star, Lee Yeon Hee. So Ji Sub and Han Ji Min worked together in the SBS drama 'Cain and Abel' in 2009.
During an interview on the 30th of May, Han Ji Min stated, 'I promised So Ji Sub that I would watch the new drama ‘Ghost’. So Ji Sub showed me a lot of support while I was filming for Rooftop Prince.' and 'Ghost’ is created by the same director and staff, who had worked on Cain and Abel in 2009. Two new dramas will begin airing tonight but personally I support Ghost more. I will continue watching it until the end.'
Han Ji Min successfully played two roles in the drama 'Rooftop Prince.' Through her roles in 'Rooftop Prince' she was able to show the audience her endless capabilities as an actress. There were bits of comedy, mystery, revenge and romance all mixed together throughout the drama.
Han Ji Min added, 'After Rooftop Prince ended, I just stayed home a lot. I wasn't relaxed enough to go back to a regular life again. I just stayed in bed a lot. I was able to receive so much love and attention from viewers because of the roles of Park Ha and Bu Yong. Viewers loved the two characters which is probably why I was able to receive so much love. I hope the drama becomes a good memory for the viewers.'
Han Ji Min continued, 'My bio-rhythm is still thrown off from working on the drama. I ate a lot of instant foods so my body's condition is not so great. I want to get my rhythm back by resting enough. There is nothing scheduled right now but I want to challenge a new type of character in my next project.'
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