Song Hye Kyo was recently featured in the new Bee My Love campaign for Chaumet, and can we just say—wala siyang kakupas-kupas. The Korean superstar, who is also the Asia-Pacific brand ambassador for the French jewelry brand, shared her thoughts about life and love.
“The whole world is going through a very difficult time due to COVID-19,” she tells W Korea in an interview translated by Soompi. “I’ve learned through this time about how to value the people who are by my side, and I think that through believing in and relying on each other, we will be able to get through this difficult period.”
The actress is no stranger to controversy, but she has successfully held her own and has become wiser along the way. In a feature on the South China Morning Post by Jacqueline Tsang, she talks about relationships. “Kinship and friendship, I treat it sincerely. The most valuable emotion in life is when it is felt mutually, truthfully and wholeheartedly…
“Every relationship is one-of-a-kind, and there is no standard answer to what to do or say when communicating with your significant other. Love is such a conundrum of life, intricate and complicated.”
Both her personal and professional life have been thriving the past few months, as she’s often seen supporting her friends’ projects (she was in the VIP Premiere of Yoo Ah In’s movie Alive), has recently donated 10,000 Korean/English guidebooks to the Korean National Associate in Los Angeles, and has consistently been in talks with brands.
While she hasn’t been on the small screen since Encounter which she starred in with Park Bo Gum, here’s hoping that it won’t be long before we get to see her acting chops again!