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Girl's Generation's Seohyun Sends Out Fiery Message To Critics

By Staff Writer | May 15, 2017 11:57 AM EDT

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Girls' Generation's Seohyun, has finally put an end to her silence as she answers back to all of the negative feedbacks that she get from her critics that question her acting skills. Just recently, Seohyun took the opportunity to voice out her thoughts and opinions regarding the criticisms that she is facing because of the new role that she landed for"Bad Thief, Good Thief".

This is because her critics keep on saying that she doesn't deserve her role for the upcoming drama series. It is worth noting that almost all South Korean K-pop idols have transitioned from the music industry into the acting industry, in hopes of getting more popularity and success in their respective careers.

And with this, Seoyhun of the hit girl group Girls Generation is now a part of those K-pop idols that have now become actresses, as she has just landed a role in MBC's upcoming drama series entitled, "Bad Thief, Good Thief". But despite her success in finally entering the acting industry, she is still criticized by netizens and haters.

These people say that she doesn't have the right acting skills to effectively portray the role. According to Korea Portal, Seohyun finally spoke out her true feelings during the recently held press conference for the series.

In her statement, she says that she perfectly understands why she is getting all the negative comments. She says that it is probably because of her lack of experience in the acting industry.

But surprisingly, she takes all of the negative comments positively and says that she will use it to better herself in the new acting career that she has chosen. According to All K-pop, Seohyun firmly believes that she got the guts to do it.

She also promises all of her fans that she worked hard for it which is why "Bad Thief, Good Thief" would surely be a good watch.

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