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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Spring Turns to Spring" Releases "1-Person Poster" for Lee Yoo-ri and Uhm Ji-won

2019/01/04 | 291 views | Permalink

"Spring Turns to Spring" goes for a 2-in-1 feature of its two body-swapping protagonists. Lee Yoo-ri and Uhm Ji-won star as very different women who one day find themselves leading completely different lives as the other person, and these latest posters tease that switch.

Lee Yoo-ri's ambitious anchorwoman, Kim  Bo-mi, is about to turn into a former star and congressman's wife. Said star housewife is the lovely and poised Lee  Bom, played by Uhm Ji-won. Bo-mi's poster reads 'Bom is Coming, Bo-mi is Going', while Bom's reads 'Bo-mi is Coming, Bom is Going'.

The posters are colorful and fun, and they continue along the same line as the title, using the names of the two characters and the word for spring to create playful phrases. Bo-mi and Bom will enter their new body-swapped condition starting January 23rd, on MBC.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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