Park Shin Hye plays a ghost that can be seen only by her lover
admin | On 14, Jul 2012
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