Kim Hye Soo poured compliments on junior actress Go Min Si.
The upcoming movie “Smugglers” is drawing keen attention as it stars various prominent actors, including Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung, Kim Jong Soo and Park Jung Min. In particular, Go Min Si adds more fun to the story with her extraordinary presence despite being the youngest member of the cast.
Recently, Kim Hye Soo had an interview with HeraldPOP at a cafe in Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. While sharing various talks, the actress revealed that she has a habit of writing down things she likes on notes.
In a media article earlier, Go Min Si confessed that she choked up upon hearing Kim Hye Soo say she wrote down the her name in notes after watching her acting performance in “The Witch” during their first meeting.
Kim Hye Soo said, “If there’s a good actor I haven’t seen before, I write down their name and become interested. Though the final decision is not up to me, I do recommend them sometimes.”
She added, “It’s not just actors. When I receive recommendations for movies, music, exhibitions, restaurants, or anything else, I jot them all down.”
Continuing, she said, “After watching ‘The Witch,’ I was really impressed with Kim Dami’s acting. She had a presence like Tang Wei in ‘Lust, Caution.’ It was my first time watching Go Min Si too, and although the role wasn’t one that would catch your attention, she made it captivating with her acting. She’s truly talented, so I wrote her name down, and because her name is unique, I couldn’t forget it.”
Kim Hye Soo praised Go Min Si, “When I watched Ok Boon in ‘Smugglers,’ I was amazed by how well Go Min Si acted. When the role isn’t significant, it’s not easy to grasp the overall flow. In that regard, she’s an instinctively clever actor. It was so impressive. She looked fantastic on the monitor.”
Meanwhile, “Smugglers”, starring Kim Hye Soo, is an oceanic crime drama about people who make a living salvaging necessities thrown into the sea and get involved in the biggest deal of their lives. The film is receiving high praise and is currently in theaters.