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"Miss. Ripley" Lee Da-hae "I never said I didn't know Sin Jeong-ah"

2011/04/13 | 1316 views | Permalink | Source

MBC drama "Miss. Ripley"s Lee Da-hae explained about the report that said she didn't know her drama motive Sin Jeong-ah.

On her Twitter on the 14th, "I never said I didn't know who Sin Jeong-ah was. She's the motive of my drama, why wouldn't I know her".

She continued, "Anyways I'm shooting the drama again. I guess I'll be running all around Euljiro again!"

"Miss. Ripley" has the motive of the Sin Jeong-ah case, which made the whole country focus on the forgery of education. Lee Da-hae is Miri, who loses her family at a young age and gets adopted into a poor family, in the end forging her education and marching forward.

Netizen's say, "Fighting to your new drama!", "Cheer up!", "We believe in you", and more.

Meanwhile, motive of drama Sin Jeong-ah released a book called "4001".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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