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Lee Na-young looking over "A Gentleman's Dignity"

2011/11/24 | 1103 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Na-young is positively looking through the offer of "A Gentleman's Dignity".

Lee Na-young's management told News N on the 23rd, "She is looking through the offer of "A Gentleman's Dignity". She hasn't decided on anything yet".

It is only possible that she might decide to star in this movie. Writer Kim Eun-sook has created big hit dramas such as "Lovers in Paris", "On Air", "Secret Garden" and more, so it is possible that she could've created another success.

Previously, "A Gentleman's Dignity" was known to have offered Jang Dong-gun the main role. He hasn't decided to be in the drama yet but is looking through it.

If Lee Na-young decides to star in this drama, then it will be her first since KBS 2TV drama "The Fugitive Plan B". She has recently moved managements to the one Won Bin is in and has been showing her face in advertisements.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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