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"Nameless Woman" script reading, like the real thing

2017/03/30 | 1538 views | Permalink | Source

The new KBS 2TV drama "Nameless Woman" started its script reading on the 22nd.

Director Kim Myeong-wook, writer Moon Eun-ah, actors Bae Jong-ok, Oh Ji-eun, Seo Ji-suk, Park Yoon-jae, Choi Yoon-so, Bang Eun-hee, Han Kap-soo, Byun Woo-min and others were there.

Director Kim Myeong-wook started the reading with a speech and delivered emotional direction to the actors along the way. The actors were very receptive and reacted to his advice.

Bae Jong-ok in the role of Hong Ji-won was superb in controlling her breathing and vocalization while Oh Ji-eun in the role of Son Yeo-ri was great in acting out the extreme conditions of her dark life. Seo Ji-suk who plays Kim Moo-yeol depicted the sweet guy he was before he abandoned Yeo-ri, and Park Yoon-jae in the role of Koo Do-chi acted cheerful to cover his pain. Choi Yoon-so plays Koo Hae-joo who gets what she wants and rivals with Yeo-ri.

Source : star.mbn.co.kr/view.p...

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