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Kim Seo-hyung Shows Endless Appeal in Behind the Scenes Photos from "Nobody Knows"

2020/03/31 Source

Actress Kim Seo-hyung is captivating viewers with her master-like acting skills in the SBS drama "Nobody Knows" and behind-the-scene cuts of her three different colors were released.

The first cut is charismatic and Kim Seo-hyung's coolness steals attention. This is the scene where Cha Yeong-jin is investigating Kevin Jeong's (Min Sung-wook) house. The following picture shows a more detailed and emotional Kim Seo-hyung. This shows the true colors of the character of Kim Seo-hyung. Then there's the cute Kim Seo-hyung. That's who she really is.

The charismatic, emotional and cute Kim Seo-hyung is captivating viewers with her many appeals.


"Nobody Knows" is directed by Lee Jeong-heum, written by Kim Eun-hyang, and features Kim Seo-hyung, Ryu Deok-hwan, Park Hoon, Ahn Ji-ho, Moon Sung-geun, Min Jin-woong. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/03/02~Now airing, Mon, Tue 21:40 on SBS.

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