Yoon Eun Hye Guests on Chinese Acting School Variety Show Grade One Freshman

Yoon Eun Hye‘s foray into Chinese variety continues as she mulls over her next acting project. Doesn’t hurt to stay in the public limelight, and this particular show is a pretty neat concept. Produced by Hunan TV, the first season of Grade One Freshman¬†follows a group of first year acting students enrolled at the prestigious Shanghai Theater Academy. The students are mentored by star teachers like Tong Da Wei and Yuan Shan Shan, and famous stars show up in guest starring turns including Zhao Li Ying and now Yoon Eun Hye when the students take a graduation trip to Korea. Yoon Eun Hye’s surprise appearance in Korea left the students giddy with glee since everyone was familiar with her classic K-dramas like Coffee Prince and Goong, and in one of her mentoring sessions she even delivered memorable lines of dialogue from her old dramas to the delight of the cast. She’s so game on variety, I wish she could also return to K-variety where she originally made a very favorable impression in the early days of her career.

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    • I think that’s not a skirt but an apron. She’s acted as the waiter who serves the students by bringing them some coffee. It’s just her way of welcoming the entourage. If I’m not mistaken that scene’s conducted at her coffee shop Jacob’s Ladder.

      • It’s also been reported that she’s also showed her coffee artwork (the skill she’s got when she’s filming Coffee Prince) on that occassion

  1. Why guesting K-variety shows when she can make a lot more with Chinese’s ones?
    Plus Korea isn’t favoring her right now… too risky.

  2. is always wonderful to see her, this may be a feeling that we will see more her often this year, I really want to see her in a drama both

  3. Glad to see her come back…she is sure gutsy and smart. I think it must be tough to be a Korean Star. Heck most of the young ones are supporting their families too, tough responsibility.

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