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Kim Ha Neul Looked Over Han Hye Jin in ′Romance′ Times by Getting Her Donkatsu

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2012.09.18 20:00 Mwave Ko Hong Ju Translation Credit : Erika Kim

It turns out Kim Ha Neul and Han Hye Jin share some special ties.

The two actresses acted together in the MBC drama Romance, which aired 10 years ago in the year 2002. Kim Ha Neul showed her consideration at the time by buying the then-rookie Han Hye Jin some donkatsu.

On the September 17 broadcast of SBS′ Healing Camp, Kim Ha Neul looked back on how she had felt at the time and said, "I had debuted at a young age, so I had trouble with social matters." Because of the attention she had received at her young age, she had come to care more for what others think about her, and acting became her only way of communicating with others.

Kim Ha Neul Looked Over Han Hye Jin in ′Romance′ Times by Getting Her Donkatsu

That made it hard for her to get along with other people.

Kim Ha Neul said, "Even at get-togethers I couldn′t get close to the staff. I was wrong in thinking that they would know how I felt if I just looked into their eyes. Now, I′m trying harder."

Han Hye Jin brought attention to Kim Ha Neul′s kindness, however, by talking about her own encounters with the actress. Han Hye Jin had appeared in Romance as a student, while Kim Ha Neul had acted as a teacher. "I was a rookie who was always scolded, so I was in low spirits, but [Kim Ha Neul] approached me and said she would get me donkatsu. I still remember that moment as if it was yesterday. I really thank her for that," Han Hye Jin said.

Kim Ha Neul reacted wittily, "I wasn′t close to many people, but I was a warm woman who knew when to buy her junior some donkatsu."

Photo credit: SBS

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