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Cha Hyun-jung joins "Pretty Boy"

2013/11/14 | Permalink | Source

Actress Cha Hyun-jung is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Pretty Boy".

Based on an original cartoon by Cheon Gye-yeong, "Pretty Boy" is about Dokgo Mate (Jang Keun-suk) who has the beauty and mystery of National Security becoming a true "Pretty Boy" using the know-how's he learnt through stealing the hearts of women.

Cha Hyun-jung takes on the role of Kim In-joong, an insurance planner at the top of her job and shows off the greatest networking skills. She's called the queen of insurance and is very diligent in taking care of her list of clientele.

She is one of the 10 women Dokgo Mate will meet and she will give him tips about taking care of his network.

Cha Hyun-jung starred in the drama "OB and GY", "When Women Powder Twice", "IRIS 2" and more.

Meanwhile, "Pretty Boy" starring Jang Keun-suk, IU, Han Chae-young, Park Ji-yoon and more will be aired on the 20th at 9:55PM.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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