Former idol and actress Ahn Sohee is the featured model for the magazine High Cut. The 24-year-old is donning an adorable personality with a girl-next-door vibe.
Alongside her photo shoot, Sohee, who has been the member of Wonder Girls in the past, also shared her filming experience with the magazine. The former idol was a part of record breaking Korean hit, Train to Busan, which was released in July this year. Sohee plays a female high school student named Jin Hee, who gets infected by a zombie in the end.
Talking about her experience working on Korea's first zombie flick, the songstress relays: "The actors who played zombies received training for several months, but compare to them I wasn't able to get much of the 'zombie movement' training. My zombie acting was kind of lacking at first, but later on, I found myself letting things go and enjoying the zombie act."
While many criticized the singer-turned-actor for her poor portrayal, director of the movie seemed content on the skills Sohee showcased on the sets. Praising the Seoul born singer, Yeon Sang Ho in his previous interview stated: "I'm not even sure from what aspect [her acting] is being called a shame. What I think is that Sohee's image as a singer of Wonder Girls is strong, so talk like that is coming out, but in the movie, there was honestly no problem. It was not only no problem but I actually thought she did well. "
"The character was not even one that showed many things, but what I find quite a success is that in the case of Sohee and Choi Woo Sik, it was important for them to show the levity of teenagers, "the director told Allkpop.
Meanwhile, Sohee also talked about working on Korean adaptation of Entourage, starring Seo Kang Joon, Lee Dong Hwi, Lee Kwang Soo, Park Jung Min, and Jo Jin Woong in the main cast. The Heart to Heart actress shared that she was hesitant on working with oppas initially: "I've met Lee Kwang Soo oppa on 'Running Man', but this is the first time working with him. And I met Seo Kang Jun, Park Jung Min oppa, and Lee Dong Hwi oppa for the first time."
"At first, I was worried that it'll be uncomfortable working with mostly males and oppas, but I was able to complete filming joyfully because they treated me very comfortably," she told the publication.