Choi Ji Woo says she is having a fantastic time acting and is in no rush to get married. At 41 she has combinedemotions approximatelythe theory of marriage.
"I do notwould like to rush or be forced into it," she stated in a up to date interview with the Korean Yonhap News Agency. "It would be a pity to reside my existence in a hurry when the entirety else is going so well."
She admits that she used to have idealistic notions, a myth about marriage, yet no more.
"I used to have one in my 1920s and thirties," she said. "I had a big fantasy about marriage but I am too old for that now."
Choi first changed intonoted when she gave the impression in the 2002 drama "Winter Sonata," one of the vital dramas credited with beginning the Hallyu. She co-starred in that popular romantic melodrama with Bae Yong Joon.
Her maximumcontemporary drama used to be "Twenty Again," which she co-starred in with Lee Sang Yoon. In that drama she played a stifled girl who after all returns to school later raising her child.
She can beobserved in the ensemble forged comedy "LIke for Likes." It is amovie about the romantic sides of social media. Choi plays a stewardess who falls for her tenant, a chef played via Kim Ju Hyuk.
The actress was these daysinterested by dating rumors with actor Lee Search engine marketing Jin, which she denied. In an editorial in the Korean media outlet Korea Times, she replieda question about their dating by saying, "Does co-stars mean dating partners after all?"
Choi and Lee co-starred in the rangedisplay "Grandpas Over Flowers." In the program they accompanied 4 older actors on a trip. They were so great to each and every other that the program's director would tease and ask when they planned to get married. If she had to switch her ways, Choi Ji Woo once joked at the show, it was now not for her.
Sometimes co-stars does mean dating partners. Choi dated her "Air City" co-star Lee Jin Wook from 2009 to 2011.