At the photo shoot, which took place in Los Cabos and Mexico, Ha showed off her charms with lively facial expressions and poses. She created new characters that she hasn’t tried before with her outstanding acting and concentration. She said she did the photo shoot thinking that she was filming a new movie. Despite the hot weather in Mexico, she impressed the crew by working professionally until the last moment.
At an interview after the photo shoot, Ha gave her thoughts on finishing MBC TV’s drama series The King 2 Hearts. She said, “When I was shooting the series, I often said I would marry a girl like Hang Ah if I were a man. She was more mature and greater than I was, so I learned a lot from her. Her love was so unstable but she never gave up. She let me know how powerful it can be when someone I trust trusts me.”
Ha also talked about the reason she got to appear in action movies or drama series every time although she had to learn aerobics, boxing, fencing, and table tennis. She said, “I select work by scenario. I didn’t mean to but I had to learn something because of my character when I selected work. But I never hesitated because I thought it would be fun. Because people around me always say I am good, I want to challenge new things.”
Ha also said, “When I start a drama series or a movie, I never think about my next work. I just try to enjoy the moment as much as I can. I can only keep my mental health and do the best job at work in that way. Rather than preparing for the future for a long time, I want to enjoy every moment and build my career that way.”
Ha’s pictorials and interview can be seen in the July issue of Harper’s BAZAAR.