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Kim Da-ye joins SBS's "Doubtful Victory"

2017/10/31 | 307 views | Permalink | Source

Rookie Kim Da-ye is going to become a Yoon Kyun-sang maniac.

She joins new SBS drama "Doubtful Victory" as someone who is head over heels for Yoon Kyun-sang.

"Doubtful Victory" is written by Lee Hyeon-joo who also penned dramas like "Deep-rooted Tree", "Three Days" and "Six Flying Dragons" and directed by Sin Kyeong-soo from "School 2013" and "Pride and Prejudice".

Kim Da-ye takes on the role of Cha Eun-bi, a born single who falls in love for the first time with Oh Il-seung (Yoon Kyun-sang). She's a cheerful student who is quick witted and works two to three different jobs a day. She believes Il-seung is her destiny and puts the moves on him.

Kim Da-ye says, "I read the scenario and loved it. I am happy to work with people I like and I am so grateful that they take such good care of me".

Meanwhile, Kim Da-ye was recently in the KBS weekend drama "Father is Strange" and is currently in the SBS drama "While You Were Sleeping - 2017" as Cho-hee.

"Doubtful Victory" broadcasts at the end of November.

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