Park Shin Hye plays a ghost that can be seen only by her lover
Actress Park Shin Hye has talked about the difference between her role and the character gumiho played by Shin Min Ah.
On July 12 at 2:00 p.m., there was a press conference for KBS 2’s drama special season 3 Don’t Worry—I’m a Ghost and Knife Barber at the Pitti Caffe in Yeouido-dong, Seoul.
A reporter asked Park, who stars in Don’t Worry—I’m a Ghost, to tell the difference between her character and the character gumiho played by Shin Min Ah in My Girlfriend is a Gumiho. She started, “Her character and mine are similar in a sense that we’re both ghosts. Yet, mine has two opposite charms.”
She added, “If Shin’s character was a visible ghost, mine is invisible except to one guy. This kind of setting will create some very interesting episodes.”
Telling more about her character, she added, “She’s not like a scary, bleeding ghost, but a cheerful, lovely one.”
Yeon Hwa is indeed a cheerful ghost that looks livelier than human beings. She saves the life of Moon Ki (played by Bong Tae Kyu), but he does not remember it because he suffers from a memory loss from a traffic accident. She complains about it and helps him recover his memory.
Don’t Worry—I’m a Ghost, starring Park Shin Hye and Bong Tae Kyu, is a love story between a man who loses his memory in a car accident and a ghost that appears in front of him out of nowhere. It premieres on July 15.
Source: TV Report