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Jo Yeo-jung to Star in tvN's "Drama Stage - The Woman Who Makes the Last Meal"

2017/12/06 | 327 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Jo Yeo-jung is coming back with a tvN drama short, "Drama Stage - The Woman Who Makes the Last Meal", according to Herald Pop. It is the story of a woman who prepares the last meal for condemned criminals. One of the "Drama Stages" presented by tvN, it will begin in early 2018.

Jo Yeo-jung takes on the role of Choi Soo-ah, a woman who has prepared last meals for five years, but who dreams of being a freelance photographer.

Her last drama was the KBS 2TV drama "The Perfect Wife", where she was bone-chilling.

"Drama Stage" is the name of tvN's drama short series that allows for the debuts of new artists. It consists of ten works selected from O'PEN's 'Drama Storyteller Single Feature Competition', a new storyteller support project by CJ E & M.

Source : biz.heraldcorp.com/vi...

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