The Return of Han Ye Seul

18 Aug

It’s okay guys, the crisis is over and we can all breathe now. Han Ye Seul made the decision to fly back to Seoul from Los Angeles in order to reconcile with both her management company Sidus HQ and with the cast and crew of her drama Spy Myung Wol (in which she played the title character, Myung Wol).

Due to brutal working conditions, the star had abruptly left the country. Regardless of the fact that the drama was in live shooting mode and her absence made the filming come to a standstill, Han Ye Seul had issues with the the length and times of the filming schedules and requested for the PD to me replaced. When her request was refused, she left. Sources state that Han had a particularly difficult schedule between filming CFs and Spy Myung Wol. Apparently, she hasn’t been able rest fully for an entire month and at one point, was forced to stay up for 4 nights due to various filming schedules.

Everyone is relieved that Han decided to return. You can probably imagine the awkwardness of the filming environment, but apparently Han knelt as she gave an apology to both her costar Eric and everyone involved in the drama. I’m happy that everything has been resolved neatly, but I think that from this point on, her acting career may be on the rocks.



2 Responses to “The Return of Han Ye Seul”

  1. Alice August 24, 2011 at 2:36 am #

    What? This post pisses me off. She ran away from a schedule that was draining the life out of her, and all you say is that you’re relieved that the drama can get back on track? No comment on how freaking ridiculous this whole live shooting system is? Well, as long as you can see your tv show air on time, I guess you have no comments.

    • dramapop August 24, 2011 at 11:02 am #

      Truthfully I understood why she’d leave. But she’s been working in the industry for a very long time and she very well knows what she was getting into before the drama started shooting. It’s part of the job she chose to do and she chose a very difficult job. But she gets paid to do it and she made a commitment. But yes I completely agree the drama is difficult if it’s shot live and honestly they should have at least two or three weeks before the episode airs to give room for easier shootings.

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