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[ChanMi's drama news] Kim So-yeon in an accident while filming "Iris"

2009/08/13 Source

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Recently, Kim So-yeon has again been in an accident while she was filming the new drama "IRIS".

Kim So-yeon's entertainment company said that she was filming the action scenes where she scraped her leg for which she had to get 12 stitches! Last May, while filming the drama, she sprained a muscle filming a scene also.

Even through bruises and pains, Kim is doing her best for the drama.

This coming September, "IRIS" will be released. This drama will be about Korean spies. The NSS agents will be going through betrayal, crossed destinies, and a lot of action!


Kim will be the agent who is left behind by her country and follows after Heon Joon acted by Lee Byung-hun. Her character Kim Seon-hwa will be one of the special spy agents.

Let's wait and see how her hard work for the drama paid off!

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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