Jung Ho-yeon rose to fame thanks to the success of the Squid Game series. If it was one of the revelations of the year 2021, the 27-year-old actress is struggling to support her new notoriety to the point of having an impact on her health …
2021 was the year of consecration for Jung Ho-Yeon! Indeed, by interpreting Sae-byeok in the series Squid Game, the 27-year-old actress has become an international star. And to say the least, the young woman who began her career as a model has entered the lives of millions of people.
And for good reason, Netflix’s Korean show, as much adored as it is criticized, has been viewed by more than 142 million households in just four weeks. A record! It didn’t take long for Jung Ho-yeon becomes series icon. Nevertheless, if we thought that the beautiful brunette would love her new status, it’s actually quite the opposite …
Worrisome weight loss!
It is especially on social networks that Jung Ho-yeon unleashed passions. It went from 400,000 followers to over 23 million admirers. During an interview for the magazine Vogue, the latter has also admitted that his whole daily life had changed and that the eyes of others were very heavy:
In just one month, my whole life has changed. I researched my name every day. Even though eight people loved me, and only two hated me, I spent my time crying, all alone at my home.
If she thinks all of this success might be fleeting, the Squid Game still suffers from his fame and this has a significant impact on their weight and health in general. She lost almost 4 kilos:
Lately, I haven’t had time to eat or sleep. I don’t know why, but I couldn’t eat. I was so confused, everything was so chaotic. I didn’t believe it. I did not trust.
A new vision of his career!
Despite this harsh experience, Jung Ho-yeon realized many things:
Moving away from people’s eyes allowed me to see what I wanted and gave me time to study my desires. What’s most important in life isn’t when your career is at the top, but when it hits a setback and how you deal with it. This is something that I learned.
The 27-year-old actress intends to choose the projects in which they could participate in the future, even if the latter would be in the United States, his dream destination:
I always wanted to go to Hollywood and play in America, and I still want to, but Squid Game changed my state of mind. It is not necessarily turning in an American or European film that counts, it is the story and the message of the work that are the most important.