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Song Hye Kyo Says Working with Zo In Sung was a Gift from Above

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2013.02.17 17:00 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Returning to the drama scene after almost four years, Song Hye Kyo went for the sexy bohemian look for fashion magazine, High Cut.

Looking younger than ever, Song Hye Kyo flaunted her flawless skin and beauty as she gave seductive poses to the camera.

Song Hye Kyo Says Working with Zo In Sung was a Gift from Above

Her big return to television comes with SBS’ Wind Blows in Winter, a project that had her eager to start acting again.

“When I received the offer for the role, I read the synopsis and I loved it, especially the character of the male lead,” said the actress. “So excluding the lead actor, I said I’ll do it looking at three things - writer No Hee Kyung, Director Kim Kyu Tae, and the script. And then Zo In Sung got cast and everything just fell right into place. I believed it was a gift from the gods.”

Song Hye Kyo Says Working with Zo In Sung was a Gift from Above

When asked why she never comes out on variety shows, she said her personality is what’s stopping her.

“I think I’ll be really liked if I go on variety, but because I’m the type of person who’ll say what’s on her mind, everyone around me stops me.”

She hoped to go on variety shows this time around, but with the heavy mood of the drama, she added that she’ll be saving all of her variety skills for next time.

Song Hye Kyo Says Working with Zo In Sung was a Gift from Above

Just because she’s been out of the drama limelight doesn’t mean she hasn’t been paying attention. When asked which actor has been standing out for her, Song Hye Kyo answered Moon Chae Won.

“I personally like her. She’s very natural and has a delicate color to her. I started watching Nice Guy because of her.”

Wind Blows in Winter premiered on February 13.

Photo Credit: High Cut

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