South Korean actress Han Hye Jin is all set to make a comeback to the Korean television scene. The 34-year-old apparently took a break from acting after she became pregnant in 2014.
Now, after a two-year breather, Hye Jin is mulling over the offers and wants to enjoy her stint as an actress soon. The Syndrome leading lady was last seen in a cameo role in record-breaking series, Doctors.
Recently, the award-winning actress appeared at KBS 2TV's Entertainment Relay, and talked about her three-member family. Hye Jin, who gave birth to her daughter in September 2015, revealed that she will overwhelmingly welcome her small girl's decision to become an actress.
She said: "If my daughter wants to be an actress .... I will support her actively. I want her to feel and be touched by the passion that people pour into projects. On her first birthday, she grabbed the golf ball. We set out a lot of things including a script, and she grabbed the golf ball."
Hye Jin, who married soccer player Ki Sung-yueng in 2013, also shared her love towards the man in her life. When asked if she would like to re-live her marriage decision, the actress instantly responded with a big nod. She said she would do it without any inhibitions in mind.
And she went far to show her love: "I wanted to make every meal for my husband, but [when I was pregnant], I couldn't because of morning sickness. So I put on a mask to cook for him. But he didn't know I went that far," Hye Jin revealed.