“It was over by the time I felt that it was filmed for a long time. I’m not sad.”
Actress Nam Ji-hyun, who recently met SpoTV News in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, made this remarks while expressing her thoughts on the end of tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Little Women” (written by Chung Seo-kyung, directed by Kim Hee-won), which ended on Oct 9th.
“Little Women” depicts the story of three poor sisters who are close, their involvement in the case of 70 billion won which goes missing, and how they bravely face Korea’s richest family who are their opponents. In the series, Nam Ji-hyun played Oh In-kyung, the second daughter of a poor family and a reporter.
On this day, when asked “How do you feel now that the drama is over?”, Nam Ji-hyun confessed, “I didn’t feel it when filming was over. I kept meeting the ‘Little Women’ team to promote the work even after filming was over, so it didn’t feel real. I felt like ‘Little Women’ ended really quickly when it reached the last episode. It was over by the time I felt that it was filmed for a long time.”
Nam Ji-hyun said it was a satisfactory ending. She showed satisfaction, “The ending was great. The ending was already fixed at my first meeting with the producer and the writer. There are cases when the ending changes while filming a drama, but I thought it would be better if the ending of this work was the same. Fortunately, the ending came out as it was. In the end, the three sisters do what they want to do. I was so relieved that it ended well.”