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WJSN’s Bona looks stunning for Elle magazine!
Currently, Bona is starring in tvN’s “Twenty Five, Twenty One” as Go Yu Rim, a national fencing athlete. In her new pictorial, Bona models elegant outfits with the fencing equipment her character Go Yu Rim uses.
In the interview that followed the photo shoot, Bona was asked about what she thinks is the charm of acting after having starred in “Girls’ Generation 1979,” “Homemade Love Story,” and “Twenty Five, Twenty One.” Bona shared, “I used to pass as someone without many tears. However, on filming sets, I keep crying in scenes when I shouldn’t be crying. I didn’t know I’m someone who gets teary so easily. The various emotions and [the side of] me that come out subconsciously while acting are really fascinating.”
The star continued, “I want to do acting that is a little deeper. For the first time, I experienced a project that gave a long preparation period in which I could practice fencing for three months. During that period, Kim Tae Ri gradually built her character, and I witnessed the progress of her slowly becoming Na Hee Do right by her side. I thought she is cool, and I want to become an actress like her. I really want to do well.”
Furthermore, when asked about the meaning of youth in her project, Bona replied, “‘Twenty Five, Twenty One’ makes me rewrite my memories. The stories within really feel like a time from my past.”
Watch Bona in “Girls’ Generation 1979” below:
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