Seo Ji-Hye talked about her role in the drama “Kiss Sixth Sense” as Hong Ye-Sul. She discussed how she prepared for the role, her thoughts on the character, and which scenes she thought the audience would enjoy watching.
“The special ability of Ye-Sul makes me curious about what will happen in the future and whether the future she has seen will be realized,” Seo Ji-Hye said of what drew her to the drama. “I was fascinated by that ability,” she said, “and I wanted to portray this unique character as vividly as I could.”
She stated that it was not easy for her to express the character’s emotions. “I couldn’t imagine what it would be like to use the superpower.” “I had to think of ways to express that exact feeling of seeing the future while acting,” she said.
According to Seo Ji-Hye, the charm of her character, Ye-Sul, is that she wants to grow on her own rather than rely on superpowers, and she has strong confidence in overcoming adversity. She mentioned that the special ability could be a source of trauma for Ye-Sul because it frequently leads her to see a future she does not want to see.
“If I had that ability, I would try to minimize my exposure to it,” Seo Ji-Hye said. “I believe I would have accepted it rather than avoided it.”
“As the title implies, I’m looking forward to seeing the scene where Ye-Sul sees the future that she and her boss will kiss,” she said of her favorite scene. “When Ye-Sul first saw the unfathomable future, she would have panicked and wanted to erase it from her memory.” “On the other hand, I believe she must have felt strange because the boss is also an attractive guy.”
Finally, Seo Ji-Hye told the audience what to expect from “Kiss Sixth Sense.” “It would be interesting to watch the drama while imagining whether the future with Min-Hoo will flow as Ye-Sul has seen, and how they will happen to intertwine in such a future.” “The imagination scene of Ye-Sul and the scenes of other actors have many comic parts,” she added.