Here’s Why Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany Young Is Shy About Filming With Her Seniors In Her New K-Drama

She’s such a cutie!

Girls’ Generation‘s Tiffany Young is currently filming her first K-Drama, The Youngest Son of A Conglomerate, and revealed why she feels shy while filming with the rest of the cast!

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Tiffany recently stunned in a pictorial with ELLE Korea, and also sat down for an interview with them for their Youtube channel!

In the interview, Tiffany was asked about Rachel, the character she will play for her acting debut, and asked her to compare her color to that of Roxie Hart from Chicago!

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If black and red is for Roxie, what color is it for Rachel? Why?

Tiffany revealed that rather than focusing on her character’s colors, she’s been very taken by the striking fashion of Rachel, and her confidence as well!

Rachel is a woman going into the Y2K era. She’s the type who’s all about, ‘Me! I love me!’ A very strong and confident person.

So instead of color…[I’d say that] Rachel’s color is confidence!


Tiffany then revealed that because she dresses more extravagantly compared to everybody else on set, and as soon as the camera stops filming, she instantly gets shy around them!

I’m dressed so extravagantly compared to all the sunbaes on set, so when they yell ‘Cut!’…[I’m shy]

Tiffany’s gonna kill it as Rachel for her acting debut!

Watch her talk about it here!

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