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Actress Choi Ji-woo in a winter jacket in the middle of summer

2013/08/26 | 976 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Choi Ji-woo filmed the first episode of SBS drama "Suspicious Housekeeper" wearing a winter jacket in the middle of summer.

A scene for the drama was taken recently at a theme park in Seoul and aroused curiosity for the mysterious character Choi takes on. While everyone else is in shorts and a t-shirt, Choi Ji-woo wore a thick jacket with a cap and ordered 3 burger meals.

Choi Ji-woo takes on the role of a housekeeper in a house without a mother. Park Bok-nyeo succeeded in being the cold and mysterious character that she is.

Choi Ji-woo said, "Park Bok-nyeo is full of unknown secrets and attraction at the same time. I hope to show you all of her through something I've never done before". "Suspicious Housekeeper" will be broadcasted after "Empire of Gold" and is from the Japanese original drama "Housekeeper Mita".

Source : news.kukinews.com/art...

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