[Reporter Jeong-eun Sung on Daily Economy Star Today]
Actress Kim Hye-soo spewed an overwhelming aura from the magazine cover.
Kim Hye-soo decorated the cover of the December issue of the men’s magazine ‘Esquire’. As part of a year-end project conducted with Swiss watch brand IWC Schaffhausen, it deals with the philosophy shared by the actor and the two brands through various media such as pictorials, interviews, and videos.
In the pictorial released on the 24th, Kim Hye-soo perfectly digests a mannish look such as a shirt jacket. With the eyes emphasized by eye makeup, she showed off an overwhelming aura with alluring eyes.
The interview also reveals Kim Hye-soo’s unique charm and values. Interviews covered a wide range of topics, from childhood dreams to various hobbies, careers as actors, and anecdotes related to various characters in charge.
Kim Hye-soo, who said, ‘I believe that the interview is all about how faithfully the interviewer and the interviewer spent time’, told the story in a sincere and calm tone.
In particular, regarding the recently released movie ‘The Day I Died’, she expressed her special affection, saying, “Yet, I cannot sure the audience’s reaction or the success of the film. But just being with good actors has been a wonderful and grateful experience for me.”
‘The Day I Died’ is a message of consolation and word-of-mouth about acting, and the audience continues to drive in the third week of release.
This work depicts the emotional turmoil and bonds of a detective who has fallen into the bog of life while chasing a girl who disappeared to the edge of a cliff with only a note left behind.
The full picture of the pictorial and interview with actor Kim Hye-soo and IWC can be found in the December issue of Esquire and on the website.
The video pictorial will also be released soon, and can be seen on Esquire’s YouTube channel and Instagram account.
Photo courtesy of Esquire
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