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Jung Won-chang to Star in "Her Private Life" With Park Min-young and Kim Jae-wook

2019/03/07 | 207 views | Permalink | Source

Rookie actor Jung Won-chang is starring in "Her Private Life" as Kim Yoo-seob, an art museum registrar.

"Her Private Life" is a romantic drama about a woman named Seong Deok-mi who is a professional and perfectionist curator who has a passion for idol singers and her boss and childhood friend Ryan. The drama already has a cast of Park Min-young, Kim Jae-wook, Ahn Bo-hyun, Park Jin-joo, One, Hong Seo-young, Kim Bo-ra and more.

Jung Won-chang takes on the role of a museum registrar who manages the art. He's a bright and innocent character who is also cute and charming.

Jung Won-chang is a new acting talent who built a strong acting ability in theater like "Petty Romance" and movies"Extreme Job", "The Dude in Me", "I Can Speak" and more. He also appeared in the "Drama Special - Almost Touching".

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