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Lee Se-young's beauty in drama "Trot Romance"

2014/06/01 | 978 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Se-young looks like a proud doll.

She stars in the new KBS 2TV drama "Trot Romance" as Park Soo-in who is a trainee in Shine Star along with Choi Chun-hee (Jung Eun-ji). She is also Jang Joon-hyeon's (Ji Hyun-woo) first love and has a strong passion to become successful. She graduated from a first-class university and lives with her successful singer-mother.

Lee Se-young in the picture has wine-colored hair with and looks very proud. She's sophisticated and luxurious at the same time.

A drama source explains that Lee Se-young is tightly bound with various appeals. There's going to be lots to see from her on stage as she is a trainee in the drama.

Meanwhile, "Trot Romance" is about a romance between Choi Chun-hee (Jung Eun-ji) and star musician Jang Joon-hyeon (Ji Hyun-woo). Chun-hee puts her life on the line for trot and on the other hand, Joon-hyeon despises trot. To be aired on the 23rd of this month after "Big Man".

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