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Nam Sang-mi's 11th year anniversary fan meeting

2014/01/16 | 801 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Nam Sang-mi had some quality time with her fans.

Currently in the midst of making the movie "Slow Video", Nam Sang-mi celebrated her 11th year anniversary with her fans in a café in Hyehwa-dong on the 11th. Titled, "11th Anniversary, Nam Sang-mi Thank You", the event was a chance for fans to congratulate the actress who debuted in 2003 with the drama "Love Letter".

They recalled and talked about the various movies and dramas she starred in for over 10 years such as, "Never to Lose", "Living Death", "Sweet Spy", "Life is Beautiful" and more. She blew out the candles fans prepared for her and answered questions for those who had questions for her. She turned teary when the video of her from 2003 to now was made by fans and played at the fan meeting.

Nam Sang-mi's agency JR Entertainment said, "Nam Sang-mi felt so much love and happiness for the fans who showed her much love and she is going to make more memories with them in the future".

Nam Sang-mi is currently in the making of the movie "Slow Video" directed by Kim Yeong-tak who is known as the creator of movie "Hello Ghost". She plays the role of Soo-mi and Cha Tae-hyun is her co-star.

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