Jo Jung Suk Gives His Honest Opinion About Hyeri’s Bad Acting

“I respect her as a colleague.”

Jo Jung Suk revealed that he doesn’t understand why netizens hated on Hyeri for her acting. He thought she acted well in their recent drama, Two Cops.

“I don’t understand [the controversy]. I think Hyeri acts well.”

Although she was showered with compliments about her acting on Reply 1988, her performance for Two Cops had received a wide range of criticism from its viewers.

Hyeri at the press conference for “Two Cops”.

As a response, she had uploaded a handwritten apology to her fans. She vowed to reflect on her past to become a better actor.

“With an apologetic heart, I will never stop working hard and reflecting on myself. I will work diligently, step by step to improve and show a better side of myself.”

However, Jo Jung Suk completely disagreed with the haters in the first place.

Hyeri and Jo Jung Suk acting for “Two Cops”.

He didn’t think the problem of the controversy was her acting. He was actually very proud of her performance.

“Her acting could have not fit well with our project in some ways but I still think her acting is good. I think we both continued to act while believing that we’re becoming better actors.”

He was inspired by Hyeri’s handwritten letter and reiterated the fact that he truly enjoyed working next to her.

“We just cheered each other on during filming, but the fact that she uploaded the letter was brave of her. It’s a difficult thing to do, but it felt like she was moving on from it and learning for the future. I respect her as a colleague, and I’m proud of her as a junior.”

Two Cops finished airing just recently, and Jo Jung Suk looks forward to Hyeri and his improvements as actors.

Read his full interview response about Hyeri below:

“I don’t understand [the controversy]. I think Hyeri acts well.

Her acting could have not fit well with our project in some ways but I still think her acting is good. I think we both continued to act while believing that we’re becoming better actors.

No one has a better understanding of the co-actor than the actor himself. I received a lot of good vibes from [Hyeri]. She’s a good actor with good acting abilities.

I didn’t give her advice [since the controversy]. We just cheered each other on during filming, but the fact that she uploaded the letter was brave of her. It’s a difficult thing to do, but it felt like she was moving on from it and learning for the future.

I respect her as a colleague, and I’m proud of her as a junior.”

— Jo Jung Suk

Source: xportsnews
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