Korean actress Park Shin-hye on the set of SBS drama "The Inheritors." [S.A.L.T Entertainment]

Korean actress Park Shin-hye on the set of SBS drama “The Inheritors.” [S.A.L.T Entertainment]

Korean actress Park Shin-hye has unveiled her bittersweet feelings about wrapping up SBS teenage romance series “The Inheritors.”

Park posted on her official Twitter account Thursday that, “I laughed and cried a lot for the past four months I lived as Eun-sang [her character in ‘The Inheritors’]. I earned so many precious people. I appreciate to all the staff members including director and writer and everyone who supported ‘The Inheritors.’”

The following day, her agency S.A.L.T Entertainment released the photos of Park at the last taping set of the successful show, such as the actress hugging the staff members in tearful eyes and taking a picture with co-stars.

Park took on poor but brave heroin Eun-sang in “The Inheritors” and has received great response from TV viewers in and out of Korea, which allowed her to be invited to China Anhui TV’s “TV DRAMA AWARDS” to be held in Beijing.

Afterwards, the actress will share meaningful moments with her Japanese fans in Tokyo on December 21 through a fan event dubbed “Park Shin-hye’s Special Gift.”

 

Park Shin-hye

From left, Korean actors Kim Woo-bin, Hyungsik of K-pop group ZE:A, Park Shin-hye, Jeon Soo-jin and Kim Ji-won on the set of SBS drama “The Inheritors.” [S.A.L.T Entertainment]’

Reporter. Cory Lee

Courtesy of S.A.L.T Entertainment