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Park Hyo-joo to star in upcoming tvN drama "Twenty Again"

2015/07/21 | 806 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Hyo-joo is starring in the new tvN drama "Twenty Again".

According to her management, Park Hyo-joo is starring in "Twenty Again" as Kim I-jin, the youngest daughter of the chairman of the university where Kim Woo-cheol (Choi Won-young), the husband of Ha No-ra (Choi Ji-woo) works at.

Kim I-jin considers herself and Kim Woo-cheol soul mates. She is the female Kim Woo-cheol and the two make an excellent duo in this drama.

Park Hyo-joo is the youngest of a family in this drama so she is immature at times but at the same time admits her wrong doings right away when someone advises her about it.

Park Hyo-joo is starring in the movies "Blue Busking", "Gone Tomorrow" and "Love Guide for Dumpees".

"Twenty Again" is a youthful drama about a 19 year-old who becomes a baby mother overnight and joins life as a 20 year-old with fellow schoolmates.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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