Gong Hyo-jin picked “Love ft. Marriage & Divorce” as her favorite drama.
On May 31st, on the official YouTube channel of Magazine Bazaar Korea, a video titled “Totally shocking! Gong Hyo-jin’s Encyclopedia of Random Things” was uploaded.
Gong Hyo-jin in the video said, “My MBTI is ENFP. Even when I do the test three times and answer differently, the results are the same, but I don’t know why. I think the biggest detail is that I don’t have a plan. No matter what I do, it’s okay. It’s my style.”
“In general, I like songs without lyrics. I like quiet and bare audible voices. These days, I am hooked on a drama’s OST and I am watching it interestingly, but the song of the drama is stuck in my head. You know how there is always an opening song and ending song in every episode. That incredible song lingers in my ears. Maybe it’s because I saw it yesterday,” she added. Moreover, she drew attention by mentioning “Love ft. Marriage & Divorce” as her favorite drama.
Gong Hyo-jin also talked about how her chemistry with everyone is good, saying, “I tend to accept everything. When I find something different with mine, I don’t think about why they are different, I tend to think ‘This is new, they are different from me’. The differences don’t make me uncomfortable with others, but make me interested in them instead. I am interested in meeting new people. I have no preference when meeting other people,” she confessed.
“In the meantime, I’ve been playing as newbies, the younger ones in most of my dramas, but this time I’m the boss. It’s a work from the writer of “Pasta” and “The Incarnation of Jealousy,” but it’s completely different and I’m a space captain this time. The writer lured me in with that,” she hinted at her new work.
In addition, Gong Hyo-jin said, “Every time I finish a movie or drama, I praise myself. I give myself a present, and compliment myself ‘You did a great job.’ I sincerely compliment myself for doing so well,” she shared.
Aside from that, Gong Hyo-jin also shared that “I want to have a short haircut. Not a sports cut, but a little longer.”