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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] UEE Courted for Weekend Drama "My Only One"

2018/06/08 | 1134 views | Permalink

UEE may be fresh off "My Husband Oh Jak-doo", but the actress is already on the lookout for a new role. News came out yesterday of an offer made to her by upcoming weekend drama "My Only One". If she accepts, she will be playing someone whose life is shaken by a terrible discovery.

"My Only One" is a drama about a woman who loses everything one day, when she discovers that her parents are not her biological ones, and that they are also murderers. It is the story of someone who will live boldly while putting back together the pieces of her life broken by love. Well, that sounds tragic and painful, so it should do well with viewers.

UEE has been offered the role of heroine Kim Do-ran. Do-ran is a young woman who barely graduated from college as an English teacher after always taking a leave of absence. She is preparing for the teacher's certification exam while working at a private academy. She is a person who was fired within three months due to her temper and unnecessary meddling. She has a strong sense of responsibility and doesn't want to idle at home.

Writing "My Only One" is Kim Sa-kyeong, who is behind dramas such as "Blow Breeze", "Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming" and "My Love By My Side", so you can get an idea of what to expect from this. It will follow "Shall We Live Together" in September on KBS 2TV.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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