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Seolhyun talks about 'Gangnam 1970' role with GQ

By Sarah Yoon

  • Published : Jan 26, 2015 - 15:35
  • Updated : Jan 26, 2015 - 15:35

Singer-actress Kim Seol-hyun, who stars in the film "Gangnam 1970" alongside actor Lee Min-ho, discussed her role as a supporting actress with GQ Korea, it was revealed on Saturday.

(GQ Korea)
The 20-year-old, a member of K-pop girl group AOA, made her big-screen debut in the film released on Wednesday, in which she plays Kim Seon-hye, a younger sister figure to Lee Min-ho's character Kim Jong-dae.

"(Seon-hye) thinks a little differently from girls these days," the singer-actress said in the accompanying interview.

"I'm thankful I can perform and act at the same time because it's an opportunity for me to gain visibility and also more experience."

Seolhyun, who is clad in a beige sleeveless turtleneck in the photo released by GQ Korea, also stars in the KBS2 reality program "Brave Family," set on Mechrey, a floating island in the Cambodian lake Tonle Sap.

The full article can be read in GQ Korea's February issue.

By Yoon Sarah (sarah356@heraldcorp.com)
By Sarah Yoon (sarah356@heraldcorp.com)

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