[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]

In the fashion magazine ‘Harper’s Bazaar’, actress Shin Min-ah’s loveliness was revealed, and the holiday cover and pictorial were revealed.

Shin Min-ah presented a fashion pictorial with a year-end atmosphere through the December issue of ‘Harper’s Bazaar’, a fashion magazine published on November 20. The unique lovely smile fits perfectly with the pictorial concept of ‘Min-ah Santa’, completing the result that makes you happy just by looking at it. The atmosphere on the scene was very warm thanks to Shin Min-ah, who did not lose his laughter even after the filming continued until late at night.

In the interview following the end of the filming, Shin Min-ah said, “Everything is difficult, but I still have energy because I enjoyed my work. It is fun to shoot for such a long time and shoot like this every day. As I change day by day, there is never a me that is the same as yesterday, and the world changes as I change little by little every day. So it’s always new and fun.”

When asked about the year-end plans with acquaintances, she said, “I didn’t have any plans for the year-end. Not long ago, the movie ‘Diva’ was released, and there is one more work to be released in the future. These days, the situation has changed from time to time, so I can’t seem to be able to plan ahead. If the situation improves, I would like to have a place to have a meal with family and acquaintances at the end of the year. It would be nice not to do anything special.”

She also added a story about the upcoming movie ‘Vacation’. ‘Vacation’ is a fantasy human drama about the story of a dead mother coming to her daughter’s side for three days. “I’ve seen a lot of stories about my daughter and mother, but I think it’s a story I want to see. When I saw the screenplay, I felt like ‘I want to see a movie like this too’. Why doesn’t the feeling that the movie touches make you feel frowned rather than sad? It is a movie that everyone can relate to.”

Regarding the feelings of ending this year, she said, “It seems to have been the year of suffering equally given to all. I lived while searching for the streets where I could heal. In the past, if I asked my regards because I wanted to know what was going on, I thought about what would happen this year, so I asked him how. Especially, I talked a lot with my grandmother. I think it was a year to think about and take care of people close to me.”

Pictorials and interviews with Shin Min-ah can be found in the December issue of ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ and on the website and Instagram.

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