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Park Bo Young Hopes to be a Queen of Horror Films Like Im Soo Jung

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2012.05.03 17:59 Mwave Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

After returning from a three-year hiatus with the horror film Don’t Click (director Kim Tae Kyung), Park Bo Young revealed that she wants to be a queen of horror movies like Im Soo Jung.

On May 3 ,at the Megabox Theater in Dong Dae Mun, Park Bo Young participated in the press conference, answering the question, “Is there an actress in horror films that you would like to resemble?”

Park Bo Young Hopes to be a Queen of Horror Films Like Im Soo Jung

Choosing between Ha Ji Won, Kim Hye Soo, Kim Ha Neul, Im Soo Jung, Go So Young, Song Yun Ah, Nam Sang Mi, and other actresses that starred in horror films, Park Bo Young commented, “They are all very amazing and I want to be like all of them, but if I had to pick, I would choose Im Soo Jung.” She then answered, “Because our movie is about sisters, Im Soo Jung’s impressive acting in the movie, A Tale of Two Sisters, comes to mind.”

“I’m not trying to aim to be the queen of horror films with this movie. I just wanted to challenge myself in various genres, which is why I chose this film.” She then added, “Nothing like sleep paralysis really happens to me, but after filming a horror movie, I started seeing weird things in the bathroom. I usually don’t watch horror films either.”

On being hit in the movie by Kang Byul, who plays the possessed little sister, Park Bo Young caused laughter by saying, “Kang Byul hit me very well. I only got hit two or three times before I got the OK sign.”

Don’t Click is a movie about the horrific events that follow after two sisters watch a cursed video. The opening day for the film is May 31.

Photo Credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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