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Jeon Hye-bin in "Office Romance"

2015/02/12 | 627 views | Permalink | Source

 Jeon Hye-bin is starring in the movie "Office Romance" as Woo Yeon-I, the leading actress according to Namu Actors.

Woo Yeon-I is a former actress who used to shine in the past.

Jeon Hye-bin recently appeared at the end of the KBS 2TV drama "Healer" as a crucial character to seal the ending. Although it was just one scene, she was positively reviewed for her stable tone and immersion of character.

Jeon Hye-bin's ability to act has slowly been acknowledged through various works. She's been acting constantly for about 10 years and she reached her peak in the drama "The Joseon Shooter". She played the role of Choi Hye-won, a woman in love transformed into a charismatic female warrior who fought for revenge.

Jeon Hye-bin is expected to do well in this movie too. Her image in the screens is expected to be of something new and fresh.

Meanwhile, "Office Romance" cranks in this March.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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