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"My Beautiful Bride" Lee Si-young, grateful for a movie-like drama

2015/08/09 | 873 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Si-young is sad that "My Beautiful Bride" is over.

OCN drama "My Beautiful Bride" ended on the 9th and Lee Si-young played an elite detective named Cha Yoon-mi.

Lee Si-young said, "I am so grateful to have been able to star in a movie-like drama. Everyone worked so hard in the blistering heat and they are so respectable".

"Thank you everyone for watching Cha Yoon-mi, who looks strong on the outside but is actually hurt on the inside. Yoon-mi lost the one she loves, but I wasn't as lonely as her. I was happy thanks to those who supported me".

Lee Si-young expressed the complicated emotions of Cha Yoon-mi through devoted actions. She allowed the viewers to completely relate to her. And not only did she convincingly play out her role, but her physical workout in the action scenes seemed so real.

Meanwhile, "My Beautiful Bride" is a story about a man's undying love for his missing bride and his struggles to find her.

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