Actress Gu Hye-Sun, who has published a novel and debuted as a filmmaker, is poised now to make a foray into painting and music composing. She will hold an exhibition late next month in Insa-dong to showcase some 40 of her works.
Gu is also preparing a new-age album slated for release late this year. The album contains compositions that she has personally written. She has written 11 compositions so far and is currently recording them. Originally, they were intended for a movie that she has been in preparations to produce.
Last year, Gu drew the covert art for singer Gummy’s fourth album and included more than 40 of her illustrations in her first novel, “Tango,” which was published last month.
On May 17, Gu received the Audience Award at the Busan Asian Short Film festival for a short film that she had directed and for which she wrote the script.
The versatile and talented actress says she has many dreams and wants to try many things.
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Actress Gu Hye-seon, 25, who played a leading role in the TV drama “Boys Over Flowers,” will display her versatile talent on the KBS TV1 show “Literature With A Voice,” which will air May 12 at 11:30 p.m.
The production team says that during the recording of the show, the actress played the piano on a stage decorated with her own drawings. She also recited extracts from the novel “Haak Haak” by Lee Oi-soo, Gu’s debut novel “Tango,” which was published last month, and the essay “Then I Didn’t Say Anything” by Chun Hye-rin.
The actress also spoke about her efforts to gain recognition for more than ten years and public misunderstanding that she rose to stardom solely because of her pretty looks. She also expressed gratitude to her parents for trusting her.
The cast and production crew of the TV drama “Boys Over Flowers,” which became a huge hit, gathered together on April 1 to celebrate the successful ending of the drama’s shoot. The cast of “Boys Over Flowers” gathered in one place, looking carefree and relieved. Here are a few shots showing the actors reminiscing about the time they shared together and thanking one another.
Kim Jun, who played the F4 leader and “hidden prince” Woo-bin, shares his impressions in the company of his friends and colleagues
Kim Hyun-jung and Gu Hye-seon look fabulous even when giving their autographs.
Lee Min-ho, whose character, Gu Jun-puo, took the entire nation by storm.
The cast of “Boys Over Flowers” looks dazzling not only in the drama but in real life as well.
The drama has ended but their enthralling acting and gorgeous smiles will always remain in viewers’ hearts.