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Cho Jae-hyun's daughter Cho Hye-jung's school fee revealed

2015/07/06 | 1812 views | Permalink | Source

Cho Jae-hyun's daughter Cho Hye-jung's school fee was revealed by the tvN show "List of Names 2015".

They came in second in looking alike. Although they don't look alike, they have the same personalities and eating habits. They are clumsy with their chopsticks and like street food. Cho Jae-hyun can drink up to a bottle of Soju while Cho Hye-jung drinks up to two and a half.

However, what Cho Hye-jung takes after her father the most is her passion for acting. She dreamt of being an actress like her father and learned traditional acting at AADA, an acting school in New York. The yearly school fee costs up to 30 million won and this school produced stars like Grace Kelly, William Pittsner and others.

Cho Hye-jung completed her course in the States and started from the bottom up. She appeared in the OCN drama "God's Quiz 4".

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