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Kim Yoon-hye in "Eighteen Again"

2020/03/09 Source

Actress Kim Yoon-hye is joining Kim Ha-neul and Lee Do-hyun's "Eighteen Again" as a rookie announcer.

Sidus HQ explained that Kim Yoon-hye is returning with the jTBC drama "Eighteen Again".

Kim Yoon-hye is a pretty and young rookie announcer named Kwon Yoo-mi. She puts Da-jeong (Kim Ha-neul) in danger to make it out of the competitive social world.

Kim Yoon-hye is preparing hard for the drama, as it is her first drama in two years.

"Eighteen Again" is about a husband who goes back to his golden days right before his divorce, based on the film "17 Again" starring Kim Ha-neul, Yoon Sang-hyun and Lee Do-hyun.

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"Eighteen Again" is directed by Ha Byeong-hoon, written by Ahn Eun-bin, Choi Yi-ryool, Kim Do-yeon, and features Kim Ha-neul, Yoon Sang-hyun, Lee Do-hyun, Lee Mi-do, Lee Ki-woo, Han So-eun. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020~Upcoming, on jTBC.

Source : /www.tvreport.co.kr/2...

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