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"Just Between Lovers" Won Jin-ah Receives Help from her Castmates

2018/01/10 | 769 views | Permalink | Source

Won Jin-ah showed her affection for the JTBC drama "Just Between Lovers" during a press conference on the 9th. Lee Junho, Won Jin-ah, Lee Ki-woo, and Kang Han-na were present.

"Just Between Lovers" is a story about a man and a woman who survive a building collapse and rely on each other to overcome their struggles.

About the good reviews she has received, Won Jin-ah said, "This is my first drama and I think people have empathy for Moon-soo".

"The character in the drama isn't clear on paper so it was hard bringing her to life. I have been getting a lot of help from everyone around me".

"I consider myself lucky to be able to be in such a great drama. The only way I can express that is acting with all my heart".

Meanwhile, "Just Between Lovers" broadcasts every Monday and Tuesday at 23:00 KST.

Source : www.newspim.com/news/...

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