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Lee Young-ae, Park Eun-hye, Han Ji-min... "One man's women"

2008/07/03 Source

Inside of Director Lee Byeong-hoon's works, there are noticeable actresses.

Actresses such as Lee Young-ae, Hwang Soo-jung, Park Eun-hye, and Han Ji-min have formed a upright image as a top star through Director Lee Byeong-hoon's historical dramas. Actresses that have gone through 'Midas' hands' are all brilliant.

MBC "Dae Jang Geum"is a rare work that has spread to the world. And Lee Young-ae is in the midst of that. Lee Young-ae, who has laid the foundation for her image as a court lady and a nurse in "Dae Jang Geum", became a national actress and a worldwide star.

Park Eun-hye is also a regular of 'Lee Byeong-hoon's historical dramas'. She fulfilled grave roles in "Dae Jang Geum" and "Yi San", and hardened her image as an all-around actress while acting in both historical and modern dramas. She said, "I am thankful to Director Lee. After "Yi San" ended, I went to him to thank him. He said that everything was good, so I was satisfied".

Hwang Soo-jung also rose to stardom through MBC "Heo Jun". It's to the point that 'Ye-jin ah-ssi' is a term used to depict kind and calm women.

In addition to these, there are Han Ji-min, who has been recognized for her role in "Yi San", Kyun Mi-ri, and Kim Yeo-jin.

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