Park Shin-hye unveils behind-the-scene footages of new drama
Park Shin-hye has provided a sneak peak for her new KBS drama, “Don’t Worry, Because I’m a Ghost” (translated title).
In the photos released by her agency 4HIM Entertainment Friday, the actress is putting off her impish grin while posing like a cute floating ghost.
In another picture provided by the firm, she is seen focusing on reading the drama script at the shooting scene.
The broadcaster’s one-act play, which will air on July 15, will portray events that occur between a lovely ghost named Yeon-hwa (played by Park) and a man who had lost his past memories, Moon-ki (played by Bong Tae-gyu).
On the heels of wrapping up the shooting of “Ghost,” she is prepping to hold two official fan-meeting of “Heartstrings” in Tokyo International Forum in Japan on July 16, with CNBLUE’s Jung Yong-hwa, whom she has starred in the drama with.
"Heartstrings," which aired in Korea between June and August last year, is set to air in Japan on Fuji TV, on July 9.
After rounding out all her schedules in Japan this month, Park will participate in the shooting for a new Korean comedy movie, “December 23” (translated title). It has been noted by the agency that she is the only actress among the film's main characters.
Reporter : Lee Tae-ho .
Editor : Monica Suk