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Kim Tae-hee laughs for love and cries for work?

2013/01/03 | 2751 views | Permalink | Source

Top star Kim Tae-hee has found her love but is going through a rough time with her work.

Kim Tae-hee is about to show herself for the first time in 2 years with an SBS drama called "Jang Ok-jeong Lives in Love". However, her opposing male role hasn't been easy to land on as Big Bang's TOP (Choi Seung-hyun) and other actors are only 'considering' the role. "Jang Ok-jeong Lives in Love" was an issue for the fact that it is Kim Tae-hee's first historical drama since her debut but the hardship in casting the actor is delaying things.

The reason for this struggle is because the actress is non other than the one and only Kim Tae-hee herself. There is no reason for the stop stars the crew is looking for to star in a role that has less importance than the actress herself.

A source says, "We tried upping the age but still no avail. We are trying to convince actors in the mid 20's now".

Source : news.donga.com/3/all/...

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