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[Photos] Chae Soo-bin, "Every moment I act is happiness"

2017/02/14 Source

Actress Chae Soo-bin's magazine collection has been released.

KWAVE M released pictures and an interview of Chae Soo-bin.

Chae Soo-bin is like an actress in some of the pictures and she's natural-looking in others. She's wearing a suit looking professional in some and cute in others.

Chae Soo-bin talked about the life of 'human Chae Soo-bin' in the following interview. "An actress is an emotional and technical job. An actress has to act and invariable. It requires a lot of effort so that's what I'm trying to do. I am happy every moment I act. I hope it lasts for a long time".

Chae Soo-bin talked about "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People". She's been in three historical dramas so far. "They are fiction but I have developed an interest for history. "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" makes me try to understand the background of the era through educational shows and books".

The interview can be seen in the 47th issue of KWAVE M.

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