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"Imaginary Cat" Cho Hye-jung faces serious criticism

2015/10/19 | 2236 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Cho Jae-hyun's daughter Cho Hye-jung was mentioned as a cast for the MBC Everyone Drama "Imaginary Cat", although there's also some disappointing news.

A source from Cho Hye-jung's side told a media, "We have found some serious criticism regarding Cho Hye-jung and her father. It's disappointing to see such biased views".

"If someone is a bad actor or actress, then he or she deserves to be criticized. However, we haven't even started filming yet so we hope people see just the drama itself for now".

"There's no saying there are some positive outcomes of her appearance on a reality TV show with her father".

Cho Hye-jung was mentioned to play the role of Oh Na-woo, in the new MBC Everyone drama "Imaginary Cat". Oh Na-woo is a girl who feels guilty after losing a cat when she was young and takes care of street cats.

However, when news about her casting got out, netizens criticized her for taking advantage of being on a reality TV show with her father.

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