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How Did Park Min-young Transform in "Her Private Life"

2019/04/11 | 548 views | Permalink | Source

Park Min-young becomes a fan-girl in "Her Private Life".

The tvN drama is a romcom about a woman named Seong Deok-mi (Park Min-young) who is a professional and meticulous curator who has a secret passion for idol singers and her boss and childhood friend, Ryan (Kim Jae-wook).

Park Min-young plays a pro-fanatic who needs more than 24 hours to stalk her favorite idol. She's a museum curator who discovers new artists and helps them debut, but in secret she's the homepage master for Si-an, an idol group member.

Park Min-young says she referred to her sister in playing this role. She said, "In our time, H.O.T was hot and you had to like them. I've geeked out on dramas, coffee, and dogs. To be able to geek-out on something is very cool. It's fun and you can be happy".

She says her sister geeks out in many ways so she referred to her for her character.

"Her Private Life" is broadcast every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 PM KST.

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