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Park Si Yeon Sets Sail for Instyle

I said I’ll take what I can get. While looking up news for the upcoming September drama Nice Guy, I came upon these latest photos of Park Si Yeon for the August issue of Instyle Magazine.

Park Si Yeon will play the role of “Han Jae Hee” in Nice Guy, who betrayed the man she loved for revenge. Park Si Yeon has definitely improved since playing the hateful secondary lead in My Girl (2005) and I loved her a lot in Coffee House (2010) as the confident and capable editor. So I’m looking forward to what seems will be a femme fatale role in Nice Guy. And boy can she pull it off.

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  1. MsScorpion #

    Park Si Yeon is one of my favorite actresses ever since I saw her in Coffee House, as you said, she did an awesome job there.
    How can she always look so glamorous, sexy and feminine all at the same time.

    July 19, 2012
  2. sb #

    Aw…. she’s so pretty. I find her looks a little unusual and different from most Korean actresses. I loved her in Coffee House, too. Love the actual character (strong, smart) so I hope her new character isn’t someone I’m going to hate like in My Girl. That would make me sad. I don’t like seeing actors I like in hateful roles.

    July 19, 2012
    • joonni #

      Yes, her looks are unusual so when I first saw her in My Girl, I didn’t know if she was pretty or ugly. But now she has grown on me.

      July 19, 2012
  3. She was really good in the drama Bittersweet Life / La Dolce Vita / Sweet Life. I wanted to choke her and hug her at the same time.

    While I wanted to do mostly unprintable things to LDW…He was not a clean handsome in that, but boy was he smoldering.
    Did anyone watch that?

    Thanks for the pretty pics!

    July 19, 2012
    • joonni #

      That drama looked so sexy but I didn’t have the chance to watch it. Would you recommend the drama?

      July 19, 2012
      • It is dark dark dark. The story begins with a suicide.
        I was in the perfect place when I watched it last winter.
        I was bored with fluffy romcoms, and was looking for something to sink my teeth in like TBDaW and Que Sera Sera.
        It wasn’t a makjang melo, but psychological thing-a-ma-bob.
        As I mentioned, LDW was compelling, raw and sekshee, like a LOT, even though he seemed to have lost his razor, and maybe his mirror.
        Great cast all around.
        Jung Gyu Woon has a small but pivotal role as an enigmatic and unstable friend.
        Jung Bo Suk plays the mean and narcissistic JERK really well.
        Oh Yun Soo is on the screen more than anyone, so you need to like her to get through. I did and I didn’t.
        Everyone’s actions were logical, so I appreciated that.
        Oh, and the kisses were very nice.

        July 20, 2012
        • joonni #

          Hmm, since I’m not in the mood for anything dark right now I guess this will have to wait. Thank you Jomo!

          July 20, 2012
  4. I have such a shallow fangirl crush on her before I watched Coffee House, then I just completely adore her in all ways. Her character is one of my favorites in all the Kdrama I’ve watched which is ok up till now 4, but still so much lurveeee! It seems she tends to get cast into Femme Fatale roles though. I want her to be all springy and adorable ala CH again.

    July 24, 2012
    • joonni #

      Me too. I loved her Coffee House character.

      July 26, 2012

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