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Han Da-mi Confirms Role in "Find Me in Your Memory"

2020/01/07 Source

Rookie actress Han Da-mi is starring in the new MBC drama "Find Me in Your Memory" with Kim Dong-wook.

Story J Company announced on the 7th that she's starring in "Find Me in Your Memory" as the assistant director of "News Live".

Han Da-mi has experience in acting in dramas "Man Who Lays the Table", "The Player" and the film "Killed my Wife".

The drama is a romance between Lee Jeong-hoon (Kim Dong-wook), a next-generation anchor with hyperthymesia (highly superior autobiographical memory) who remembers things all the time, and rising star Yeo Ha-jin (Moon Ga-young), a 'scandal maker' who forgets the most important time in her life. It begins on the 18th of March.

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"Find Me in Your Memory" is directed by Oh Hyeon-jong, written by Kim Yoon-joo, and features Kim Dong-wook, Moon Ga-young, Lee Jin-hyuk, Lee Joo-bin, Yoon Jong-hoon, Jang Young-nam. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/03/18~Upcoming, Wed, Thu 20:55 on MBC.

Source : /www.tvreport.co.kr/2...

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