Song Hye Kyo has hinted at expanding her horizons in her upcoming projects
Song Hye Kyo recently won Best Actress at the 2nd Blue Dragon Series Awards for her role in “The Glory,” a Netflix series that garnered international acclaim. After receiving the award, Song Hye Kyo talked about how her perspective on acting changed.
She candidly revealed that she had started to feel tired of her acting because it had become repetitive. However, while working on “The Glory,” she found the change in genre and purpose refreshing, which made her enjoy acting again.
Song Hys Kyo also discussed her mature approach to her career, acknowledging that her career had its ups and downs and that she had learned to accept both success and failure with courage. She mentioned her eagerness to explore various genres in her future works, including horror, thriller, and comedy, expressing interest in playing diverse roles.
Regarding her 27-year career, she admitted that while she doesn’t dwell on numbers, she occasionally realizes how much time has passed. She emphasized that while external changes happen with age, her inner self remains similar, and her experiences have contributed to her growth as a woman and as a human being.
As for her next project, she expressed some regret over a missed opportunity to work with actress Han So Hee and director Shim Na Yeon on “The Price of Confession” but remains optimistic about future collaborations with talented actresses of the MZ generation.