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Hyeri Says ‘Reply 1988’ Was the Big Turning Point in Her Career in an Interview with Esquire Korea

Hyeri drama Reply 1988
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Hyeri, who lately captured our hearts in My Roommate is Gumiho, was featured in an interview with Esquire Korea.

Hyeri shared that she’s been lately shooting KBS2’s historical drama When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon. She said, “The temperature has hit 35 degrees Celsius (95°F). It’s very hot outside, but we are all trying our best to have a wonderful time on the set.” She added, “I love the drama’s poetic name. Just like how the title sounds like, the series itself flows like a beautiful set of poetry.

Hyeri drama Reply 1988
Credit: Esquire

She mentioned that the drama’s title is named after the first line of the poems of a Joseon dynasty written by Lee Jung Bo. The poem starts with the stanza, ‘When flowers bloom, I think of the moon. When the moon is bright, I think of the wine.”

Regarding the work, Hyeri explained, “It’s a story of four young men and women. It is full of entertaining elements, including the drama, humor, and romance that will delight the eyes.”

Hyeri, who has been in the industry for 11 years, picked Amazing Saturday, Real Man, and Reply 1988 as the turning points in her career. “It wouldn’t have happened if it were not for the other hosts and filming crews. Even after stepping down from the shows, I wasn’t sure if I will be able to work with such a wonderful team again,” she shared. “The whole filming crew played a big part in making such a lovely character on the show. Thank you so much.”

 

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