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  • "Eve's Love" script reading

    2015/05/13, Source
    Pictures of the new MBC morning drama "Eve's Love" script reading were revealed. "Eve's Love" is about Jin Song-ah (Yoon Se-ah) overcoming everything she lost to a friend's betrayal and getting them back. She plans revenge on the friend that took everything from her and struggles to bring her family honor again. She also finds true love in the end,...More
  • Park Eun-hye drama "Pink Lipstick" sells to Taiwan

    2010/02/23, Source
    Hallyu star Park Eun-hye in the official poster for MBC TV series "Pink Lipstick" [MBC] MBC TV series "Pink Lipstick", starring Hallyu star Park Eun-hye, has been sold to a television network in Taiwan, according to Korean broadcaster MBC on Tuesday. The daily morning drama, which premiered in Korea last month, was sold for USD 8,000 dollars per each 60-minute episode to Taiwan's GTV. The price is nearly double the amount MBC morning series "White Lie" had previously sold to GTV for. "It worked as a huge advantage that the drama starred Park who became very popular in the Chinese market with her role as Yeon-saeng in 'Jewel in the Palace' ('Dae Jang Geum')", explained the show's chief producer Choi Yong-won.,...More
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  • Choi Yong-won's picture

 

 

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