Kim Tae-ri and Kang Dong-won, who met each other through the movie “1987,” have paid their tribute to the late Mrs. Bae Eun-shim, mother of martyr Lee Han-yeol.
In connection with actor Kang Dong-won‘s visit to the mortuary of the late Mrs. Bae Eun-shim (mother of martyr Lee Han-yeol who was a student activist who died after being hit in the head by a tear gas canister fired by the police during the democratic protest in June 1987), actor Kim Tae-ri, who worked together with Kang in the movie “1987,” also sent a condolences flower wreath.
On the online community Clien, photos of condolences sent by actors Kim Tae-ri, Kang Dong-won, Gwangju Disabled General Association, and Yonsei University’s 30th student council at the mortuary of the late Mrs. Bae Eun-sim were posted.
Kim Tae-ri got the chance to work with Kang Dong-won, who played the role of Lee Han-yeol, by playing Yeon-hee, a freshman at Yonsei University in the movie “1987.”
Netizens who saw the photo of the flower wreath sent by Kim Tae-ri and Kang Dong-won commented, “Her appearance is that of a good person,” “Both her visual and conception in life are unique,” and “Kim Tae-ri’s works are all gem-like.”
Meanwhile, Kang Dong-won visited Mrs. Bae Eun-sim’s mortuary on Jan 9th and said, “I often contacted her even after the movie was over. I’m sorry I couldn’t see her this year because I was so busy. I was surprised to hear the news and came down here immediately. I feel bad that I only talked to her on the phone this year,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kim Tae-ri is reportedly filming the tvN drama ‘Twenty-five, Twenty-one’. “Twenty-five, Twenty-one” depicts the romance of young people who are twenty-five and twenty-one falling in love with each other ever since they saw each other for the first time when they were twenty-two and eighteen.
Kim Tae-ri plays Na Hee-do, who stands tall as a member of the fencing sabre national team after many twists and turns in her high school fencing team, which disappeared due to the IMF.