Dara the former 2ne1 member is shifting into acting and in recent interview responded to the hate and criticism she received because of her acting.
She has been in her first ever lead movie role recently titled “One step” which is a remake of the English movie “Begin again”.
She has also been offered a supporting role in the movie adaptation of Cheese in the trap.
Sadly, Dara received many negative comments and criticism regarding her acting and in an interview she opened up about it.
Dara was also critical of what she thought of herself.
“I thought that the way my acting was portrayed was correct and I kept thinking to myself “this is the way to do it.” But now that I look back, I don’t think I’ve properly studied and analyzed my roles enough, which is why my acting is this way.”
Dara admitted that her high pitch voice caused her many problems, she said
“That was something I heard a lot when I was singing too. I’ve been told that even during sad songs, I seem happy. I was worried that my bright voice would stand out this time. But I can’t change my natural tone of voice, so I have to turn it into an advantage. I practiced speaking in a lower tone a lot but when I have to speak for a long time, I can’t help but return to my normal voice. This is like a lifelong homework assignment.”
As her final words, she chose to end on a positive note and promised fans to do better, she said
“People can’t just change at one moment’s notice. I will continue to work hard and show an improvement of myself. This is just the start so I will accept the criticism well. I want to do well at the things I can. I’m trying to find ways to take advantage of what I have.”