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If child star Kim Yoo-jung comes out, it goes well

2008/05/15 | 5587 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Yoo-jung, who is called the troika of child stars with Seo Shin Ae and Kim Hyeong-ki, is the new talent of 2008.

Kim Yoo-jung is more active this year, and she played Mi-jin's missing daughter Eun-ji in the movie "The Chaser", which had over 5 million viewers. She understood her mom's sadness and pain. She also pulled viewers' heartstrings as Yoon-ah in MBC "New Heart", which has been praised for opening new doors for medical dramas.

Her 2008 works have all succeeded, and people say, 'If Kim Yoo-jung comes out, it goes well'. She is also waiting for the premiere of her movie "Unforgettable" on May 8, and SBS "Iljimae", planning to air in May. Her next works are drawing attention as she is starring in them.

Although the loveable child Kim Yoo-jung is ten this year, she has four years of acting experience. She has been in many movies, such as "Hwangjin-i", "My Lovely Week", "Sympathy for Lady Vengenace", "Rainbow Eyes", and "Bank Attack", dramas, and commercials.

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