Song Hye Kyo gamely answered fans' questions in a Q&A session with ELLE Korea. One of the interesting answers "The Glory" star revealed is that she didn't want to be born again as herself and gave an interesting explanation about it.
It was the first time Song Hye Kyo answered several fans' questions and showed her excitement. From playing the game of "Would You Rather" to revealing her MBTI personality, Song Joong Ki's ex said it all.
The 41-year-old revealed a lot about herself. When answering a fan's question if she wanted to be born as herself again, she simply said no and explained that she wanted to live a different life if that happened.
She then shared what she was doing to relieve her stress: going to a puppy cottage with her friends, having a glass of wine, talking, listening to music, and enjoying nature. When she got older, he started hating loud places, so she just liked talking in one place the most.
Song Hye Kyo also played "Would You Rather" and revealed she preferred hanging out with a friend who would come late than early. She then unveiled her MBTI personality type, and it was INFJ.
Meanwhile, she graced the cover of the ELLE February issue and talked about her new hit K-drama, "The Glory." Amid the hardships of doing a revenge drama, way different from her usual rom-com series, she had great satisfaction in doing this show.
The actress said there were a lot of dynamic scenes where her character, Moon Dong Eun, expressed her emotions, making her excited to do it, considering she had never done it before. After the filming, she would lie in her room and feel happy.
She then teased that "The Glory" Part 2 has a lot to unfold after the show goes on a break following the release of the first set of episodes on December 30. "I will be more entertaining," she added.
Song Hye Kyo then stated that she didn't monitor her acting in the series, fearing that she might "act within a mold." Talking about portraying the character of a bullying victim, she said she wanted to look exhausted and weak.
Though she knew a person determined to take revenge might gain weight, she thought it would be more appealing if her bullies were defeated by someone who looked weak and small, imposing questions like what was so scary about her.
Song Hye Kyo even revealed that she planned for her character not to change clothes often, but as she was working as a teacher, standing in front of the kids, she needed to look neat and tidy. "The Glory" Part 2 will be out on March 10.