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Jang Mi-inae's scandal "I have never been in a public relationship"

2012/10/08 | Permalink | Source

Actress Jang Mi-inae brushed aside the relationship scandals that happened in the past.

In an interview with Ilgan Sports recently, she said, "Many people think I have a wide experience in relationships. However, they were just scandals. I just didn't have an agency to take care of them for me".

About a boyfriend she said, "I have been getting lots of good work into my eighth years of acting and I am working hard because I think this is crucial. Even if I do meet someone nice I don't want to reveal it to the public". Jang Mi-inae was in a scandal with a sports star two years younger than her.

She signed a contract with C-Jes Entertainment last month and has been cast in the upcoming MBC drama, "Missing You". She stars as Kim Eun-joo a web toon artist who has a crush on Park Yoo-chun.

Jang Mi-inae debuted in a music video by Daylight in 2004 and starred in dramas, "Soul Mate", "A Happy Woman", "Crime Season 2" and more.

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