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After decades of being linked with romance films, Song Hye Kyo now has the chance to reinvent and rejuvenate herself.

Song Hye Kyo has long been regarded as the “romance queen” of Korean cinema. Throughout her career, she appeared in a number of film and television projects centered on the theme of love, portraying a beautiful girl with a hidden heart wound.
In “Soonpoong Clinic,” she comes out as immature and unsophisticated. With “Autumn in My Heart,” the listener sees Eunseo at his most dreamy and sweet. Later works by Song Hye Kyo, such as “All In,” “Full House,” and “Descendants of the Sun,” contain the same sort of character, with little advances.
Song Hye Kyo has long been linked with the idea of a wealthy and exquisite beauty. Soompi claims that when contemporaries such as Son Ye Jin, Jun Ji Hyun, or Gong Hyo Jin transformed their acting, Song Hye Kyo simply stood still.
Song Hye Kyo chose the film “Now We Are Breaking Up” to make her comeback three years after her shocking divorce from Song Joong Ki. She is still portraying a gorgeous designer who has been damaged by love. In comparison to her earlier effort, “Encounter,” her persona was critiqued for being monotonous and monochromatic.
Song Hye Kyo, known as one of the most beautiful women in the entertainment business, has made a dismal return. “Now We’re Breaking Up” had a rating (viewer rate) of 6.4 – 8.0%.
This is not a small number, but it is lower than most SBS weekend dramas and falls far short of the achievements of “Penthouse 3” and “One The Woman,” both of which aired the same year.
The public disputed on message boards over Song Hye Kyo’s acting abilities, particularly his ability to speak French. Many people say that since the 41-year-old beauties all wear the same pattern, they can’t notice her creativity and adaptability.
Following the disappointments of Encounter and Now We Are Breaking Up, Song Hye Kyo picked a screenplay about a vengeance drama filled with anger and numerous dark corners.
In “The Glory,” she will portray Moon Dong Eun and co-star with Lee Do Hyun. The composition is based on the tale of a student who was a victim of school violence. Later, as a homeroom teacher, this victim exacted vengeance on her bullies.
Kim Eun Sook, the writer of successful dramas like as “Goblin,” “Descendants of the Sun,” “The Heirs,” and “Secret Garden,” wrote the script for the drama, which was directed by Ahn Gil Cough, the director of “Happiness,” “Secret Forest,” “Memories of the Alhambra,” and “Youth Records.”
Song Hye Kyo said of her role, “Because she is a character that requires a lot of pity, I don’t strive to characterize her as pathetic.” As a result, the actress focused more on the tone and tempo of her speaking in order to reflect the character’s inner nature.
Furthermore, Song Hye Kyo said that this is a very significant job for her because of the high level of difficulty. “This is my first time acting in a vengeance drama. The heroine in the film is quite different in nature and complexity from any of my prior performances. As a result, I’m looking forward to discovering many new emotions and methods of expressing characters via this drama.”
When the teaser for “The Glory” was released, Song Hye Kyo became the center of attention. The beauties of the film “Descendants of the Sun” grow more thorny and spiky in shaping short hair from their graceful, noble appearance.
Song Hye Kyo’s Moon Dong Eun appears in the film’s “teasing” video with a dark, icy, calculating expression.
According to Soompi, Song Hye Kyo has now chosen to test a new, more daring and risky “outfit”.
The public and experts are waiting for the image of the Korean “beauty icon” to shift.



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