Seo Ye Ji catapulted into stardom after landing the top rating Kdrama "It's Okay to Not be Okay" opposite heartthrob Kim Soo Hyun.
South Korea's rising star played the role of Ko Moon Young, a stunningly gorgeous and not to mention famous children's book writer.
Apart from her outstanding acting skills, her stylish and over-the-top outfits also caught the viewers' attention.
To refresh your memory, remember the pink co-ords she wore in "It's Okay to Not be Okay" episode 5? Her outfit indeed wowed everyone with her super slender physique that emphasized Seo Ye Ji's waist.
So how does the actress maintain her teeny tiny waist and modelesque body?
Seo Ye Ji's Workout 2021: How to Achieve her Incredibly Small Waist?
With her small frame and height of almost 5'6, it's no surprise how the actress achieved her slim figure.
Although her genes might play a huge role in her physical features; however, it also has something to do with diet and exercise.
In her previous interview, the "Lawless Lawyer" star revealed the secret to her "ant waist," a term used to describe Kpop and Hallyu stars with a very small waist.
Seo Ye Ji's workout routine includes spending time doing yoga and ballet to maintain her posture as well as managing a healthy lifestyle.
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Beauty Runs in the Family
One interesting fun fact about the 31-year-old actress is that her mother and aunt were stewardesses. It is a highly regarded career in South Korea, where only the crème de la crème is accepted.
Seo Ye Ji even joked about the gods blessing her with such a slender body since her whole family had tall and skinny features.
With this, she took advantage of her assets and first started as a model.
Before becoming one of South Korea's rising stars, the "Quantum Physics" star booked a TV commercial for SK Telecom back in 2013. It appears that the stars were on her side after Made in Chan Entertainment CEO spotted Seo ye Ji and convinced her to try acting.
Little did she know that this would open doors to her in the Hallyu world and landing her first-ever small screen stint for the family sitcom "Potato Star 2013QR3."
The show ran for 120 episodes, giving the then-newcomer the attention and recognition for her to venture into acting.
Since then, viewers get to see the South Korean beauty in various Kdramas such as "Hwarang," "Save Me," "Lawless Lawyer," and the series that put her name on the map of Hallyu and breakout stars, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay."
Now, after returning to the big screen with her recent movie "Recalled" alongside Kim Kang Woo, Seo ye Ji is in talks to star in an upcoming Kdrama, "Eve's Scandal."