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Female - 1940/07/15

Production department Actress

Ticket
Ticket
(Movie, 1986)
티켓

Ji-sook (지숙)

Staff
• Production department

Gilsotteum
Gilsotteum
(Movie, 1985)
길소뜸

Min Hwa-yeong (민화영)

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