Kim Rae Won Talks About His Last Girlfriend And Chemistry With Park Shin Hye
Currently gaining attention through SBS’s “Doctors,” Kim Rae Won candidly responds to questions about work and love.
In an interview published by magazine Woman Sense, the actor opened up about portraying a neurosurgeon in “Doctors,” his first bright, happy role since “Attic Cat” and “My Little Bride.”
Coming from his previous legal thriller drama “Punch,” the actor shares, “I was a little excited and worried that I might seem inconsistent.” He adds with a laugh, “But then people watched me and said I was cute.”
When asked about his chemistry with his co-star Park Shin Hye, who is nine years younger than him, he says, “I was honestly burdened by the cheesy dialogue. But as we acted on set, I realized the dialogue was good and the words rolled right off my tongue. It’s always fun with Shin Hye.”
He continues, “Her high kick left a bruise on my left thigh and butt. We were early into filming then and it helped me relax and be less tense. I don’t think I was motivated enough before that.” The actor remarks, “I should film an action movie with her next time.”
Kim Rae Won also speaks candidly about his last dating experience.
He comments, “I had a friend I dated every now and then, but in the midst of that I started shooting the film ‘Gangnam Blues‘ (a 2015 film also starring Lee Min Ho), and so our relationship faded away.”
The actor explains, “At the time, I had a great desire to be completely immersed in my role. I wanted acting to be my top priority. When I get older, I’d like to focus on the people I love.”
Kim Rae Won is currently earning his title as the king of romantic-comedy through his portrayal of Hong Ji Hong, a teacher and neurosurgery specialist who helps rebellious Yoo Hye Jung grow up to be a responsible doctor. The actor has been gaining recognition for his romantic gaze and expressions, as well as his flawless chemistry with Park Shin Hye.
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Kim Rae Won Compliments Park Shin Hye's Smart Acting Skills
Actor Kim Rae Won, who recently wrapped up his drama 'Doctors', answered a ton of questions about his co-star Park Shin Hye!
When asked if he found it difficult to act with a female lead 9 years younger than him, Kim Rae Won said, "I didn't feel the age difference at all... We treated each other like friends and that was the right thing do to... I tried to match with Park Shin Hye, and because I'm the sunbae, Park Shin Hye would try to match with me, asking, 'How do you want to do this?'"
He went on to add, "Our chemistry could only be good because we tried hard to match each other. In some dramas, some actors just close themselves off and do their own things. But with this drama, we opened ourselves up. Acting is not something you do by yourself. I could have done a better job with Hong Ji Hong's character too, but people will not want to watch it for those reasons, and it would be useless. On that end, Park Shin Hye is very smart."
On any plans for marriage, Kim Rae Won simply answered, "I don't know. I filmed two movies and have a lot to do still. [Marriage] probably won't be for another few years. I'm not self-centered, but I have big dreams for the 2nd leg of my career."