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JYP actress Chae So-young in "Princess Han"

2012/11/05 | 1218 views | Permalink | Source

JYP Entertainment actress Chae So-young has been cast in the movie "Princess Han".

She is currently playing the role of Hwa Ok in "Princess Han".

Chae So-young is well known through music videos of the artists in the same management as her. She was also featured in a magazine recently and earned herself the nickname, "Little Ko So-yeong".

Chae So-young has starred in dramas, "Even Mom is Pretty", "Ojak Brothers", "Drama Special - Do You Know Tae-Kwon-Do??" and more. She's been an impressive choice with her steady acting skills. This movie will decide if she will hold her place as a real actress.

"Princess Han" is about 17 year old teenager Han Gong-ju transferring from a small town in the outskirts to Incheon. Hwa-ok is Gong-ju's friend from the past who plays an important part in an event that occurred then.

JYP claims, "This is Chae So-young's first movie and she's working hard".

"Princess Han" started making at the end of October and will be released in 2013.

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