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[ChanMi's drama news] Moon Geun-young in new drama, "Can't Lose"?

2009/07/07 | 1311 views | Permalink | Source

After "Painter of the Wind" Moon Geun-young has been focusing on her studies, and now fans are interested in her following drama.

It is known that Moon has been wanted for the new drama about a figure skater titled, "Can't Lose".

Some say that she has already agreed to be in the drama, however, her company says that nothing has been decided and that there are 3 to 4 other dramas that they are looking over for Moon to be part of.

"Can't Lose" is going to be directed by Kim Cheol-gyoo Producer who produced "Hwangjin-i".

After the Korean figure skating athelete Kim Yeon-ah has been scoring high in her competitions, the sports dramas are being more and more popular especially with figure skating sport. There is already a drama about it titled, "Triple" starring Min Hyo-rin, Lee Jung-jae, Lee Sun-kyun, Yoon Kye-yang, and more.

Moon is currently studying and taking jazz dance classes during her free time.


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