Han Hyo-joo was full of positive energy every time a work came out, but this time she became a little more lively. This is because they are enjoying the recent situation of a combination of long-time encounters, affection for the work, satisfaction with the challenge, and pleasant achievements. Following the drama Happyness, Han Hyo-joo, who opened the screen door with the movie The Pirates : The Last Royal Treasure (Director Kim Jung-hoon), is expected to continue her domestic activities without gaps as an icon of hard work again.
Haerang Han Hyo-joo, who became the second Danju after Son Ye-jin, who played as Danju Yeowol in "Pirate: Sanjeok (Director Lee Seok-hoon, 2014)," smiled, saying, "It would be a lie if it weren't burdensome, but I enjoyed my previous work so much, and above all, I'm honored to succeed you." Whenever I talked about the "The Pirates : The Last Royal Treasure" scene, the corners of my mouth caught my ears confirmed my affection for the team, and Han Hyo-joo felt like going on a picnic every day. It's been a long time since I cried on the last day of the shoot, he said, recalling a happy time.
As if to prove this, the "The Pirates : The Last Royal Treasure" team, led by Han Hyo-joo, is also making great efforts to promote it. Since last year, when the release story came out, only group entertainment shows have been aired several times. Han Hyo-joo, who was also a "mood maker" in the field, played a great role as a leader inside and outside the camera. Since it was also a new challenge as an actor just by setting up the character Danju, who leads the pirate ship, he practiced action and vocalization repeatedly. Han Hyo-joo, who inwardly hinted, "I think I'm showing off," expressed her unlimited passion, saying, "I worked hard for myself so that I don't get lost in the field."
Han Hyo-joo, who said, "I wanted to hear that you were really good," succeeded in receiving reviews for "I saw Han Hyo-joo's new face" in many ways after the release of "The Pirates : The Last Royal Treasure." I am proud of the results of my efforts, but the ease of experience is making Han Hyo-joo play a little more. Han Hyo-joo said, "I feel like I can afford to enjoy a little bit on the spot now. It's also fun to make," he said adding, "I always take on new challenges without being afraid as I am now, but I want to show myself to be convinced of it," raising expectations for a more brilliant move as an actor.