Strong Woman Do Bong Soon: Park Bo Young changed a line from the drama, here is why!

'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon' actress, Park Bo Young shared about her recently-ended drama in an interview on April 18.

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
Strong Woman Do Bong Soon twitter

'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon' actress, Park Bo Young shared about her recently-concluded drama in an interview on April 18 and revealed that she had changed a line from the script.

According to Soompi, during the interview the actress said, "For me, the script is the most important part when choosing a new project. The script [for 'Strong Woman Do Bong Soon'] was fun and [Do Bong Soon] was a type of character that I wanted to take on; however, there were some difficulties at first because the environment at the time was not conducive to me taking on this project. There were many things that I wanted to do but only so many things that I could. At the time, I wondered if I was still too lacking to take on the role."

The actress also revealed that the drama was originally little different from what it was shown. It was initially decided that Do Bong Soon will be a much more intense character and wasn't very pretty as according to the society's standards and was also used to use a dialect with a strong country accent.

However, the writer changed the character so that it suits Bo Young. Though the actress says, "I actually liked the first version of the character much better."

Park Bo Young also admitted that she changed certain lines on the set because she was too embarrassed to say them out loud. The actress revealed that during a sweet romantic scene with Park Hyung Sik, Bong Soon was originally meant to call the actor "sweetheart" but she changed it to "Minhyuk-ssi."

The actress also added, "So I actually apologized to our writer at the wrap party [for changing the line]."

Meanwhile, the JTBC rom-com drama ended with impressive ratings and therefore the cast is scheduled to go for a reward vacation to Bali on April 20.

This article was first published on April 18, 2017